At the May meeting of the Florida Bar Board of Governors, nominations for vacancies on Judicial Nominating Commissions (JNC) throughout Florida were announced. William Umansky, of the Umansky Law Firm, was nominated to serve on the Ninth Circuit JNC. Nominations are forwarded to Governor Rick Scott, who makes the final decision on appointments to the various JNCs.

A JNC is comprised of nine members, both lawyers and non-lawyers, who review applicants for judicial openings throughout Florida. Each circuit has its own JNC and each member serves a 4-year term.

Five members of each JNC are direct appointments made by the governor; the remaining four seats are filled based on the nominations sent to the Governor by the Florida Bar Board of Governors. The Board must provide three nominations for each vacancy. Bill Umansky, known as 'The Lawman' by his peers, practices criminal defense and personal injury law throughout Central Florida, and was one of three Orlando-area attorneys nominated for the Ninth Circuit JNC vacancy.

The Umansky Law Firm represents individuals who are in the fight of their life-whether against the criminal justice system or a large insurance company. With almost twenty years of experience, including as a former Florida Assistant State Attorney and Orlando City Prosecutor, Bill Umansky knows the legal system and works tirelessly for the best possible results for each and every client.

Whether his clients have been accused of a crime or have been injured by the negligence of another, Bill believes in second chances. He will pursue compensation for the injured so that his clients can move forward toward a new, better life and he will provide a vigorous defense for his clients who may have made a mistake and now face criminal charges.

To contact William Umansky, or any of the experience criminal defense and personal injury attorneys at The Umansky Law Firm, call 407-228-3838 or visit www.thelawman.net.

Recent Criminal
Case Results

Grand Theft ($300-$5000)

Nolle Prosequi-Case Dropped

CT-Driving Under the Influence Car (M1)

Nolle Prosequi - Case Dropped

CT- Driving under the influence car

Nolle Prosequi - Case Dropped

Grand Theft Third Degree

Adjudicated Guilty; One day jail/one day time serve; Restitution fees; Court Cost

Petit Theft < 300

We negotiated an agreement that entailed the State dropping the charge after our client completed a Pre-Trial Diversion Program. The Charge was dropped via a Nolle Prosequi.

Unlawful Speeding

Withhold of Adjudication; No points on license; Paid fine and clerk cost; 8 hour aggressive driver class; 90 days to satisfy fine and class

Shoot/Throw Missile Into Dwell/Struct/Veh; Child Abuse; Criminal Mischief; Battery (Domestic Violence)

No Information Notice - Charges Dropped

Attach Tag/Lic Plate To Unassigned Vehicle (M2)

Nolle Prosequi - Case Dropped

DUI with Minor In Car or BAL of .20 or Higher

Pled No Contest, 1 Year Probation, 10 day Car Impound, Community Service

Motion to Modify Probation

Motion Granted in 48 hours

Petit Theft

Adjudication Withheld, 4 Months probation, Costs/Fines, Impulse Control Class

Petit Theft of $100 or MORE (M1)

Nolle Prosequi

Refuse To Submit To DUI Test (M1)

Case Dropped

Battery on Law Enforcement Officer (F3); Disorderly Conduct (M2)

Nolle Prosequi - Case Dropped

Battery

Charges Dropped

Scheme to Defraud(F3); Grand Theft(F3)

Motion to Terminate Probation Granted

Unlawful Speed

Dismissed

Failed to Yield at Intersection

Not Guilty

Leave Scene Of A Crash W/Property Damage (M2)

Case Dropped

Motion to Modify and Impose a Withhold of Adjudication

Granted

Attempted Burglary of a Conveyance

Charges dropped

Possession of Cannabis (less than 20 grams)

Charges dropped

VOP for DUI

Reduced to reckless driving

Possession of Alcohol Under the Age of 21

Charges dropped

Driving Under the Influence

Reduced to Reckless Driving

Violation of Probation

Case Dismissed

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Recent Personal
Injury Settlements

$125,000

Scooter Accident

$275,000

Car Accident

$100,000

Car Accident

$300,000

Government Liability Case

$100,000

Back Injury

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