Lake County Drug Crimes Lawyer
Being found guilty of the possession of marijuana, manufacturing methamphetamines, or distributing, delivering, selling, or trafficking cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, or other illegal drugs will leave you facing serious criminal penalties. In the state of Florida, drug charges are vigorously prosecuted. When you are facing criminal charges that involve illicit narcotic drugs and substances, it is imperative to work with an experienced and aggressive Lake County drug crimes attorney. At Adams & Luka, we are your advocates, providing the exceptional legal support and guidance essential to securing good results.
Most people who are charged with a drug offense are unaware there may be various legal options available; it isn't always a case of pleading guilty or going to trial. Not only are offenses involving heroin, meth, marijuana, and other substances likely to leave you facing serious consequences, prescription medications can also leave you facing criminal charges. Fighting drug charges is not always easy, however choosing a highly skilled defense attorney with experience in cases like yours can make a huge difference in the outcome.Types of Drug Crimes
There are many types of drug crimes in Florida, some usually charged as misdemeanors, others as felonies. From possession of marijuana to fraudulently obtaining or prescribing a controlled substance, we have successfully defended clients charged with the following:
- Drug Trafficking
- Marijuana Charges
- Drug Paraphernalia
- Marijuana Grown in Home
- Cultivation of Marijuana
- Cocaine Charges
- Possession with Intent to Sell
- Drug Sales and Delivery
- Molly/MDMA Charges
The penalties for those convicted of drug crimes depend on whether the offense is charged as a misdemeanor or felony, the type and amount of substance involved, and other factors. Lesser offenses such as marijuana possession may incur little or no time in jail and/or fines, while a more serious offense such as trafficking of a controlled substance such as cocaine, heroin, or methamphetamine may result in substantial fines and longer prison sentences. Prior drug or criminal convictions may also impact the penalties you face.Contact Adams & Luka Now
Anyone who is facing criminal charges is understandably frightened and uncertain about what the future holds. At Adams & Luka, our Lake County drug crimes attorneys are committed to providing you with the best possible legal guidance and support, providing answers to your questions and helping determine the most effective legal strategy in order to prevent a conviction and severe punishment. Contact our firm for a free consultation now at (352)787-2101.