Orlando Oxycodone Possession Defense
Orlando OxyContin And Roxicodone Drug Charges Defense Attorneys
According to recent news reports, more than 80 percent of all oxycodone prescriptions in America are filled in the state of Florida. In fact, people from neighboring states have complained that many drug dealers enter Florida to obtain oxycodone that can then be sold for profit throughout the U.S.
Given the significance of the oxycodone problem in Florida, law enforcement officers and the Florida legislature have taken significant steps to aggressively stamp out oxycodone crimes. Under Florida law, possession of oxycodone is a felony offense. Possession of just four grams of oxycodone is enough to potentially subject you to a charge of drug trafficking.
If you are facing oxycodone charges, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at LaBar Adams. Based in Orlando, we defend clients throughout central Florida against all oxycodone drug charges, including drug sale and delivery and possession. We also defend clients charged with a hydrocodone drug crime and other prescription drug crimes.
Oxycodone (OxyContin, Roxicodone)
Oxycodone is the active ingredient in several prescription pain medications. It is an addictive painkiller. OxyContin and Roxicodone are two common prescription medications that contain oxycodone.
Get The Strong Defense You Need
We are prepared to aggressively defend your rights. We have handled thousands of criminal cases and have extensive experience defending clients against drug charges.
To provide a strong defense on your behalf, we will carefully review the manner in which law enforcement investigated your case and obtained evidence that led to your arrest. We will examine key issues that may positively impact your case:
- Did the police find drugs at your home, in your car or on your person as a result of an illegal search and seizure? If so, we can seek the suppression of evidence obtained in violation of your constitutional rights.
- Was a search warrant issued in your case without probable cause, or did the police improperly execute the warrant by searching locations beyond the scope of the warrant? Such evidence could potentially be suppressed as well.
- Did the police fail to read you your rights despite the fact that you were in custody? If you were in custody and were not advised of your right to remain silent and your right to counsel, we may be able to seek the suppression of any confession or incriminating statements you made to law enforcement.
Most criminal cases do not go to trial, but raising a vigorous defense and exploring all viable defenses is critical to creating leverage necessary for effective plea negotiations. When cases must go to trial, however, our thorough case management better enables us to provide a strong defense.
If it is not in your best interests to take your case to trial, there are a variety of ways that we can help minimize the impact of your charges. 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.
We are proud of our record of results and believe strongly that we can make a positive difference in your case. To schedule a consultation with our Orlando oxycodone defense lawyer call 866-680-4LAW or fill out the online provided on this page and we will contact you shortly.
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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
- Pretrial Diversion
- Warrants in Florida