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Drug Crimes

Common defenses for Florida drug possession charges

Florida law classifies the possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, dispense, manufacture or deliver as a second or third-degree felony, depending on the type of drug. Possession of illicit drugs may lead to a prison sentence and hefty court fines....

Alternative consequences: the drug court program

Unfortunately, drug abuse and criminal charges often go hand-in-hand. For some, this creates a cycle from which they struggle to break free. As a result, they may find themselves running afoul of law enforcement and facing serious misdemeanor or felony offenses. The...

What are the 3 types of drug charges?

Are you facing a serious drug charge? Being convicted of drug crimes can adversely affect the rest of your life. Understanding the charges you are facing and the penalties you could suffer is crucial. Following are the three major categories of drug-related crimes,...

3 reasons fentanyl is dangerous

Fentanyl is an effective opioid painkiller prescribed to help people suffering from severe pain. Unfortunately, it can also be extremely dangerous if misused. Because of the abuse potential of fentanyl and the sometimes dire consequences, the government places strict...

What happens if you are convicted of selling drugs?

People often sell drugs because they think it might be a quick way to make some money. However, the risk of getting caught is high, and the punishments once caught are severe. Having a drug charge on your record negatively impacts your life in many ways. Here are some...

Why is heroin so addictive?

Being caught with heroin in Florida can result in a host of legal issues, including fines and jail time. This substance can also harm your mental and physical well-being due to its highly addictive nature. While many illicit drugs carry a high potential of abuse and...

How do you discuss criminal records in a job search?

When you end up with a criminal conviction, you may initially focus on things like the possibility of jail time or a probationary sentence. However, the effects of a criminal conviction can spread far beyond the initial impact and consequences you face. Job searches...

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