When you are sentenced on a felony charge in Florida, the prosecutor is required to prepare and file a sentencing scoresheet. This calculation takes a number of factors into account and assigns each factor a number. After accounting for each factor you add up all the numbers, do a simple calculation to see how many points you have. Neat provides easy-to-use receipt capture and reconciliation software for small businesses and accounting professionals. Try free for 15 days.

CM/ECF offers a number of benefits for attorneys and the public: Case information, including the docket sheet and the filed documents, is available for viewing and downloading to attorneys and the public at any time from locations other than the courthouse, via the Internet through the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system at a cost of ten cents per page.