In 1999, Jonathan Lacue was found guilty and convicted of first-degree murder and robbery with a firearm. He was sentenced to concurrent terms of life imprisonment for the first-degree murder conviction and 15 years' imprisonment for the robbery conviction.
In 2012, Lacue moved for post-conviction relief based on Miller v. Alabama , 567 U.S. 460, 132 S.Ct. 2455, 183 L.Ed.2d 407 (2012). Because Lacue was 17 years old when he committed the crime, he argued that his life sentence violated the Eighth Amendment. The circuit court denied the motion, but on appeal, this court reversed and remanded. Lacue v. State , 183 So.3d 1110 (Fla. 4th DCA 2015). On remand, Lacue was resentenced to life imprisonment.
Lacue raises five issues on appeal, and we affirm without comment with one exception.
Lacue argues-and the state concedes-that the trial court should have included language in the resentencing order providing for sentence review after 25 years as required by section 921.1402(2)(a). We accept the concession and remand for the trial court to provide for sentence review. See § 775.082(1)(b)3., Fla. Stat. (2017) ("The court shall make a written finding as to whether a person is eligible for a sentence review hearing under s. 921.1402(2)(a) or (c)."); Cook v. State , 225 So.3d 268, 269 (Fla. 4th DCA 2017) (affirming the sentence but remanding for the trial court to enter the written finding required by the applicable provision of section 775.082, Florida Statutes ).
Affirmed and remanded with instructions.
May, Ciklin and Klingensmith, JJ., concur.