Archive for the ‘Criminal Defense’ Category

Defending Against Florida Drug Possession Charges

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

Drug possession convictions in Florida carry very serious consequences. Convictions can produce sentences ranging from a couple of months in prison to life imprisonment for serious offenses. Therefore, it is imperative your Florida criminal defense team be as aggressive as possible.  (more…)

Defending Against Drug Possession Charges, Part B

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

Under Florida law, it is irrelevant if the drug(s) the person is charged with possessing belongs to them. The law is only concerned with whether the person charged with drug possession was actually in possession of the item and that possession takes two forms: actual and constructive. (more…)

Defending Against Florida Drug Trafficking Charges

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Florida drug trafficking charges are serious criminal allegations that could results in years of jail time. Being convicted of drug trafficking in Florida can occur if the State can prove that you possessed, transported, and sold an illegal or controlled substance in the state of Florida. (more…)

Defending Against Florida Drug Trafficking Charges, Part B

Sunday, December 20th, 2009

In order for a person charged with Florida drug trafficking to go to Drug Court, certain requirements must be met by the defendant, including:

  • No extensive criminal history involving drug charges, and
  • No violence in conjunction with your charges (more…)