Stephen G. Cobb - Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer

Criminal Law Cases | Cobb Law Firm


“Domestic Violence, DUI, felony – has Cobb Criminal Defense Law Firm handled criminal law cases like mine?” The answer is yes, and there are so many cases over the years, that this results section no longer being updated with new cases – as it is, we had to pick and choose.

No criminal defense lawyer can guarantee a particular result. Each case is different. Past success is no indicator of what will happen in your case.

NOTE:  Due To A Recent Ruling By The Florida Supreme Court, We No Longer Can Show The Successful Results Of Our Cases.

Case Number 05-MMC-1936: One count of Domestic Violence (Battery).

Case Numbers 07-CT-436 & 06-MM-650 Violation of Driver’s License Restriction and Violation of Probation (DUI):On probation for a Florida DUI, when involved in a business related driving accident. Charged – erroneously and unlawfully – with driving in violation of restricted post-DUI license.

Case Number 02-CT-294-S DUI (Breath Test Refusal ):

  • Case Number 06-MMSA-209: Our client was falsely charged with Domestic Violence (Battery). We filed a FRCP 3.190(c)(4)
  • Case Numbers 05-CFS-3138: Capital Sexual Battery as Counts 3 & 4. Lewd & Lascivious Molestation were Counts 1 & 2. Capital means life sentence with no parole. Verbal and a written confession. Probably would have been found guilty on all counts, but Florida criminal lawyer Stephen G. Cobb successfully argued that Florida Statute 918.19 was unconstitutional.
  • Case Numbers 05-CFC 1132, 05-CFC-1133, and 05-CFC-1134: Dangerous Violation of Community Control case with three counts of Burglary, two counts of petit theft, and one count of Grand Theft of a Firearm. Most firearm cases carry minimum mandatory prison sentences, even for first offenses.
  • Case Number 04-MMSA-3925: Our client was charged with Domestic Violence even though the supposed victim, had actually attacked our client in our client’s own home.
  • Case Number 06-CFCA-1110: Our client did not speak English, and was charged erroneously for felony Theft From a Construction Site and Trespass at a Construction Site.
  • Case Number 05-MMCA-206: One count of Open House Party, a misdemeanor.
  • Case Number 05-CFSA-1780: Our client was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance, a third degree felony.
  • Case Number 04-CFSA-1985: Our client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance and Trespass After Warning in Okaloosa County, Florida. He admitted the Trespass charge and even wrote a letter of apology.
  • Case Number 05-CFSA-819-02: Our client was charged with Felony Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer and misdemeanor Possession of Alcohol by a Person Under Age 21.
  • Case Number 05-CFA-576 (Division B): Our client was charged with Aggravated Fleeing and Attempting to Elude, and misdemeanor Resisting Arrest without Violence.
  • Case Number 05-MMSA-1610: Violation of an Injunction for Protection Against Domestic Violence. Injunctions are very easy to get, and it is very easy for someone to be charged with breaking them: Testimony is evidence, so if someone swears it was broken, someone else gets arrested.
  • Case Number 03-CTSA-988: DUI Driver’s License suspension.
  • Case Number 05-MMSA-676: Non-domestic battery. Jury verdict:
  • Case Number 04-CTSA-2816 Driving Under the Influence (DUI):
  • Case Number 04-CFSA-2721: Our client was charged with Burglary of an Unoccupied Structure and Battery – a very serious combination of charges. However, the evidence uncovered showed that the complaining witnesses were not truthful and that they were actually involved in criminal activity.
  • Case Number 05-MM-142: False Domestic Violence charge in DeFuniak Springs, Florida.
  • Case Number 97-CFSA-1187: Our client was charged with two counts of Capital Sexual Battery on a Child Under Twelve. The State amended the Information of Indictment to add two additional counts of Lewd & Lascivious Act on a Child Under Sixteen.
  • Case Number 99-628-CFSA-02: Our client was charged with Accessory After the Fact to First Degree Murder in a gruesome beating and burning death case. Case Number 02-828-CTSA: Our client was charged with DUI with a breath test above .08. The first trial by jury ended with a mistrial when the State elicited improper testimony.
  • Case Numbers 07-CFSA-1010 & 07-CFSA- 1803 Felony Driving on a Suspend, Cancelled or Revoked License (2 counts), Possession of a Controlled Substance (2 counts) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (2 counts). Our client had no viable defense – none. The State wanted 18 months in state prison and nothing less. A third DWLS/R is a felony. These were our client’s fourth and fifth. .
  • Case Number 03-CFSA-542 Felony Drug Possession: The ‘evidence’ was seized as the product of an illegal search and seizure. Due to the unlawful conduct of law enforcement, the evidence was suppressed and not allowed at trial.
  • Case Number 00-CFA-582 Felony Drug Possession: Motion to Suppress evidence was denied by the Circuit Court. Appeal followed.
  • Case Number 00-CFSA-479A Aggravated Battery with Great Bodily Harm: This is a mandatory prison offense.
  • Case Number 99-1732-MMCA: Our client was a young soldier accused of resisting the police unlawfully when he told them that they could not go into a friend’s house without a warrant. The police did, and he called 911 to report their unlawful entry. In retaliation, they arrested him. A jury of his peers had the last word:
  • Case Number 04-39-CMSA Domestic Violence:
  • Case Number 02-1353-CF Felony Drug Possession.
  • Case Number 01-165A-DD-MM DUI:
  • Case Number 95- 733-CFA: Felony Possession of a Firearm and Improper Exhibition of a Firearm.
Stephen G. Cobb, Esq.

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