Orlando MDMA Charges Lawyer

Molly/MDMA Charges 

In the state of Florida, possessing or selling MDMA (also referred to as Molly or Ecstasy) will result in life-changing consequences for those convicted. Because it is a Schedule I controlled substance which means there is a high potential for addiction/abuse, cases involving Molly/MDMA are prosecuted vigorously. Schedule I drugs are considered the most dangerous of all, and serve no medical purpose. If you are under investigation or have been arrested for possession of Molly or Ecstasy, it is vital you consult with a highly skilled and capable Orlando drug crime defense attorney immediately. At Adams & Luka, we provide aggressive, effective legal guidance and support for those whose freedom and future may be in jeopardy.

MDMA, or methylenedioxymethamphetamine, gives the user a euphoric high and is a hallucinogenic drug whose use has become more popular in recent years. In Florida, it is illegal to possess any amount of Molly; even a trace that most would consider microscopic could leave you facing criminal charges. While possession is a serious enough allegation, you may face drug trafficking or possession with intent charges if found to have more than 10 grams of MDMA/Molly. This could ultimately result in criminal penalties that are extremely harsh for those convicted.

Molly/MDMA Criminal Penalties in Orlando & Central Florida

The penalties an individual will face if found guilty of charges involving Molly or Ecstasy depend on whether that person is convicted of possession, or possession with intent or trafficking.

The penalties for possession (less than 10 grams) of Molly include:

  • Maximum of five years probation
  • Maximum of five years in prison
  • Fines of up to $5,000
  • One year driver's license revocation

The penalties for trafficking MDMA depend on the amount of drug involved, and include:

  • 10 to 199 grams - Maximum of 30 years in prison, fines of up to $50,000 with a mandatory minimum of three years in prison
  • 200 to 399 grams - Maximum of 30 years in prison, fines of up to $100,000, with a mandatory minimum of seven years in prison
  • 400 to 29 kilograms - Maximum of 30 years in prison, fines of up to $500,000, with a mandatory minimum of fifteen years in prison
  • One year driver's license revocation

As is evident by the above, the penalties for Molly or MDMA charges in Orlando are extremely harsh. Ultimately, you could lose your freedom for a number of years, not to mention the damage to your career, reputation, and relationships.

Defenses to Molly/MDMA Charges in Orlando

How an experienced Orlando MDMA defense attorney defends your case will depend on a number of factors, and the evidence presented by prosecutors. There are many defense strategies that may prove to be effective when defending against Molly or Ecstasy charges, including:

  • Illegal search and seizure
  • Guilt by proximity
  • Lack of knowledge
  • Prescription defense
  • Constructive possession
  • Insufficient evidence
  • Entrapment

At Adams & Luka, we will thoroughly review your case and explore potential weaknesses in the prosecutor's case in order to develop a solid defense strategy if it becomes necessary to go to trial. There are also a variety of other legal options that may be most beneficial in your situation.

Contact Adams & Luka Immediately

Any Molly or MDMA charge should be taken very seriously; your freedom and future are at risk, whether you are suspected of possession or have been charged with possession with intent or trafficking of MDMA. As compassionate Orlando drug crime lawyers, we are dedicated to reaching the best possible result for every client we represent. For exceptional legal support and guidance, contact Adams & Luka now.

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