It is not uncommon for people who are not lifelong criminals to face charges of drug possession in Florida. Simple, normal, honest people do make mistakes. However, police and prosecutors take these types of charges quite seriously. They will stop at nothing to get a conviction and force harsh penalties upon you. Don’t take this charge Lightly. Contact a skilled Florida drug possession attorney and get your defense started today.
I am a Florida criminal attorney with over 30 years of legal experience. I have dealt with all types of drug crimes including drug possession. Whether your are facing charges for possession of marijuana, methamphetamine cocaine, or other controlled substances, a conviction will mean a negative impact on your future.
PENALTIES FOR DRUG POSSESSION IN FLORIDA
A conviction for drug crimes comes with severe penalties that could stick with you for life. Penalties for a drug crime conviction in Florida include:
- Jail Or Prison Time
- Community Service
- Permanent Mark On Your Criminal Record
- Lack Of Access To Employment Opportunities, Financial Aid, And Other Life Opportunities
Contact an experienced drug crime lawyer in Florida about your charges as soon as possible so that your Florida criminal attorney can begin to craft a custom defense for you. By contacting me early, I can begin a thorough investigation of your case to draw out facts that could help get your charges reduced or even dismissed.
I will analyze your initial encounter with the police, including any searches or seizures that led to your arrest. If the police took improper steps, I will work to get key evidence thrown out.
If you or a loved one is facing charges for drug possession in Florida, take charge of your defense by hiring an experienced Florida criminal attorney from the Law Offices of A. Randall Haas. Our skilled drug possession attorneys in Florida will fight their hardest to get your charges reduced or even dismissed. Call [number type=”1″] and schedule your initial consultation with a Florida drug possession lawyer today.