Violation of Probation
Florida Drug Crimes
Drug crimes cover a wide variety of charges from simple possession of marijuana to manufacturing and distributing large quantities of drugs. If you or a loved one has been arrested or facing any drugs charges, the The Orlando Law Firm P.L. can help you. The The Orlando Law Firm P.L. embraces an aggressive approach and relies heavy on motions to defend you.
It is important to talk to an aggressive criminal defense who is familiar with the legal ways to attack the evidence that has been gathered against you. Some of the typical defense that we use include:
Whether the prosecutor can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you in actual or constructive control over the drugs
Whether your Fourth Amendment rights of being free from unreasonable searches and seizures were violated
Whether your Fifth Amendment Miranda rights were violated
Whether the Stop was illegal
Whether there was any police misconduct or errors
Whether you had the requisite intent
Whether the police had probable cause to make the arrest
Whether the police had reasonable suspicion to make a stop
Whether there is any laboratory testing or toxicology errors or mistakes
Whether there are any witnesses or informants testifying against you
Whether there is enough evidence for the prosecutor to successfully prosecute you
Whether the search warrant is legally sufficient and whether it was properly executed
Whether you were entrapped by the police
Here are listed some of the consequences for drug charges:
Even for a simple possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana charge, you could receive jail time of up to 12 months, community service, random urine tests, drug treatment, probation, courts costs and fines. Furthermore, a marijuana conviction will result in an automatic suspension of your Florida Driver's License. Consult The Orlando Law Firm P.L. for more information on how to avoid these
consequences and get the best possible resolution for your drug case.
Also keep in mind that a drug conviction depending on the charge could seriously affect your
employment opportunities, scholarship and other grants, housing, ability to adopt and the right to
Consult the The Orlando Law Firm P.L. for more information on how to avoid these consequences and get the best possible resolution for your drug case.