Orlando Drug Possession Defense Attorney
Aggressive Defense For Drug Possession Charges In Orlando
Florida has some of the toughest drug laws in the country. While most states make drug sales and drug trafficking felony offenses, even drug possession charges are often felony offenses in Florida. People who are convicted of a drug possession charge in Florida may also be subject to a two-year driver's license suspension, even if the offense was not driving-related.
If you are facing drug charges of any kind in Florida, we strongly suggest you immediately protect your rights by retaining a highly experienced Orlando Drug Possession Defense Attorney. You can find the experienced representation you need at LaBar Adams. At our criminal defense law firm, conveniently located in Orlando, we defend clients throughout Central Florida against all drug possession charges, including:
- Possession of marijuana under 20 grams
- Possession of marijuana over 20 grams
- Cocaine possession
- Ecstasy and other party drugs
- Meth possession
- Heroin possession
- Possession of all narcotics, controlled substances and other illegal drugs
- Doctor shopping
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Illegal possession of prescription drugs, including Oxycodone (OxyContin/roxicodone), hydrocodone (Vicodin), Percocet, Xanax (Alprazolam), Codeine, Ritalin and Adderall.
Call 866-680-4LAW To schedule a consultation at LaBar Adams. Defense attorney N. Ryan LaBar has handled thousands of criminal cases and is dedicated to providing the vigorous defense you need.
Drug Possession Charges - Available Defenses
Do not plead guilty to any drug possession charge before speaking with a criminal defense attorney. Florida has tough drug laws, but there are many ways that an experienced defense lawyer can make a positive difference in your case.
Even if you were guilty of illegally possessing drugs, we may be able to reach a plea agreement on your behalf that helps you avoid a criminal conviction. Even if that is not possible, we may be able to resolve your case in a manner that significantly reduces the penalties you might otherwise face if you were convicted of a drug possession offense.
If retained as your counsel, we will use our knowledge of pretrial diversion programs, pretrial intervention programs, drug court and other creative measures that could make a significant difference in your case.
Our attorneys are very experienced and skilled defense lawyers. If it is in your best interests to take your case to court, you can be confident that we will provide a strong defense to your charges at trial. Prior to taking your case to court, we will closely examine police conduct leading to your arrest to determine if a viable motion to suppress evidence is possible, which can potentially lead to a dismissal of charges or which can improve your chances for successfully obtaining a not-guilty verdict at trial.
Review Your Case With Our Possession Defense Attorneys In Orlando
If you believe you are about to be charged or if you have been arrested already for drug possession in Central Florida, contact our drug possession defense lawyer in Orlando to discuss your case as soon as possible. The Florida Justice System takes drug possession cases very seriously. A drug possession conviction can have severe and long lasting consequences, including prison time and hefty fines. Please call us today at 1-866-680-4LAW (4529) or fill out the online form provided at the top of the page and one of our highly experienced criminal defense lawyers will contact you shortly. We respond to after-hours messages promptly. The Attorneys at LaBar Adams are available to discuss the specifics of your case with you and there is never a fee for an initial consultation. We respect your privacy and will keep all your information confidential.
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- Drug Court
- Drug Manufacturing & Cultivation
- Drug Offenses
- Drug Possession
- Cocaine Possession
- Ecstasy and other party drugs
- Hydrocodone (Vicodin)
- Marijuana (Under 20 grams)
- Marijuana (Over 20 grams)
- Prescription Drugs
- Possession With Intent to Distribute
- Constructive vs. Actual Possession
- Drug Sale and Delivery
- Drug Trafficking
- Illegal Search and Seizure
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