People from all walks of life can be charged with drug crimes, and drug crime charges are quite common nowadays, at least more so than most people would like to admit.  From simple possession of marijuana for personal use to possession with intent to sell or drug trafficking, drug crimes are prevalent in the state of Florida. However, the penalties for these types of charges are fierce and if you have been accused of a drug crime, it is essential that you obtain legal representation as quickly as possible.

What Is a Drug Crime?

A drug crime occurs when a person is arrested and charged with possession, distribution, or manufacturing of an illegal or controlled substance, including:

  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • LSD and other hallucinogenics
  • Methamphetamine
  • Controlled prescription drugs including opioid pain medications, benzodiazapines and ADD/ADHD medications

What Are My Options?

When facing a drug crime charge in Florida, you will be presented with several legal options, each having its own unique pros and cons.  You may have the chance to acquire a court-appointed attorney, however, your future depends on how skilled and experienced your attorney is. It’s important that you work with a Florida drug crimes lawyer who will not only advocate for your rights under the law, but aggressively pursue your full and complete exoneration of the charges against you.

As a defense attorney with a solid track record of success in defending clients who have been charged with drug crimes, I can give you the confidence you need through each step of the criminal process from beginning to end. I will work tirelessly to help you obtain the best possible outcome in your case, no matter what the charges are against you.

For a consultation to discuss the charges against you, contact me today at 1-305-433-0497.