Drug crimes are punished harshly in the state of Florida, regardless of whether you are charged with possession, manufacturing, possession with intent to sell, delivery, trafficking, or other offense. With more than 30 years of combined experience, the drug crimes attorneys at Adams & Luka provide aggressive, skilled legal representation for individuals charged with or under investigation for a wide array of drug crimes, including but not limited to:
- Marijuana Grow
- Marijuana Cultivation
- Possession with Intent to Sell
- Drug Sales and Delivery
- Cocaine Trafficking
- Oxycodone Trafficking
- Medical Marijuana
- Prescription Fraud
Many people are not aware of the various legal options available to them when charged with possession, cultivation, sales/delivery, or possession with intent to sell of illegal narcotic substances including heroin, marijuana, MDMA, cocaine, methamphetamine, and other drugs. As dedicated Orlando drug crimes attorneys, we will work with you in an effort to fight the charges against you, whether the best outcome requires negotiating a plea deal with prosecutors, motions to suppress evidence, a trial, or through other avenues available depending on the specifics of your case.The Criminal Penalties for Drug Crimes in Florida are Severe
When found guilty of a drug crime, the penalties are extremely harsh depending on the charge, criminal history, amount and type of drug involved, and other factors. In addition, if the alleged offense took place within close proximity of a school, church, park, or other public or community facility, penalties may be enhanced. Drug crimes are charged either as a misdemeanor or felony; misdemeanor convictions are punished by a maximum jail term of one year, while a felony may leave you facing as much as 30 years behind bars.Navigating the Criminal Justice System When Charged with a Drug Crime in Florida
Drug crimes are extremely common across the country, however those charged often find the criminal justice process complex and confusing. You may not know whether to fight the charge, or plead guilty to a lesser offense. Could charges possibly be dismissed? Your attorney can answer all of your questions, and present the best legal options for your particular situation. Building a solid defense requires thorough exploration of your case, close examination of the evidence, and the ability to find weaknesses in the state's case against you. Prosecutors must prove every element of a specific offense before you can be found guilty. We fight aggressively on your behalf and make wading through the system less stressful and easier to understand.
Don't put your freedom and future at risk. At Adams & Luka, our Orlando drug crimes attorneys have what it takes to reach winning results. Contact us for a free consultation immediately at (407)872-0307 or (352)787-2101.