Raymond E. KIDDER, Appellant, v. STATE of Florida, Appellee.
Raymond Kidder appeals his judgment and sentences following his no contest plea to using a computer to seduce, solicit, or lure a child; traveling to meet a minor after using a computer to seduce, solicit, or lure a child; and attempted lewd and lascivious molestation of a child between twelve and eighteen by an individual less than eighteen. Mr. Kidder correctly argues that his convictions and sentences for using a computer to seduce, solicit, or lure a child under section 847.0135(3)(b), Florida Statutes (2013), and traveling to meet a minor after using a computer to seduce, solicit, or lure a child under section 847.0135(4)(b) violated the prohibition against double jeopardy. See State v. Shelley, 176 So. 3d 914 (Fla. 2015); Mahar v. State, 190 So. 3d 1123 (Fla. 2d DCA 2016) (following Shelley). The State concedes error, and Mr. Kidder and the State request that we reverse Mr. Kidder's judgment and sentence for the soliciting offense, the lesser of the two offenses.
Because Mr. Kidder's judgment and sentences were the result of a plea bargain, he is not entitled to the requested relief. See Novaton v. State, 634 So. 2d 607, 609 (Fla. 1994). Accordingly, we affirm Mr. Kidder's judgment and sentences without prejudice to any right he may have to pursue a claim for postconviction relief related to the double jeopardy violation. See Tapp v. State, 44 So. 3d 666, 667 (Fla. 2d DCA 2010); Weitz v. State, 795 So. 2d 1021, 1022–23 (Fla. 2d DCA 2001). We caution Mr. Kidder that such relief would result in the loss of the benefit of his plea bargain.
MORRIS and CRENSHAW, JJ., Concur.