JARRELL LADUNDREA LATHAN, Appellant, v. STATE OF FLORIDA, Appellee.
Jarrell Lathan (the defendant) appeals his judgment and sentence for aggravated battery,1 entered by the trial court after a jury found him guilty of committing numerous offenses. He argues that the trial court's reclassification of his aggravated battery conviction from a second-degree felony to a first-degree felony was improper because the trial court instructed the jury on both the use-of-deadly-weapon and great-bodily-harm forms of aggravated battery but the jury returned a general verdict. The State properly concedes error. See Brady v. State, 65 So. 3d 599, 602 (Fla. 5th DCA 2011) (holding that reclassification was not proper where the trial court instructed the jury on both forms of aggravated battery and the jury returned a verdict of guilty as charged).
Accordingly, the judgment and sentence entered on the aggravated battery conviction are reversed, and the matter remanded to the trial court for correction of the judgment and sentencing documents to reflect the proper classification of the defendant's aggravated battery conviction.2
REVERSED and REMANDED.
1. See § 784.045(1)(a), Fla. Stat. (2015).
2. For purposes of remand, we note that section 775.087(2)(a)3. of the Florida Statutes (2015) requires a term of imprisonment of at least twenty-five years based on the jury's special finding that the defendant discharged a firearm resulting in great bodily harm on the aggravated battery count. See Jacobs v. State, 954 So. 2d 1268, 1269 (Fla. 2d DCA 2007).
ORFINGER and EVANDER, JJ., concur.