Although medical marijuana is legal in some states, simple possession of marijuana in any quantity is against the law. One joint or roach can cost you your driver’s license for two years in Florida. Talk to one of our criminal defense attorneys before pleading guilty and getting placed on probation. You could be facing a probation revocation in the future if you test dirty. Never plead just to get it over with.
Do not consent to a search of your car. Never admit you know marijuana, heroin or meth is in your vehicle, on your person or in your house. Never let an officer into your home to look around.
Call to speak with one of our criminal defense lawyers before arraignment.
You may have been illegally stopped or illegally searched. Our Sarasota criminal defense lawyers may be able to get your criminal charges dropped, dismissed or reduced. A marijuana, meth, heroin, cocaine or pill conviction can affect your future employment, educational opportunities and your career. We may be able to win your case and get your arrest record expunged.
If you have been arrested for the purchase or sale of marijuana, heroin or meth you are facing a felony and could go to state prison. At the law firm of Aiken, O’Halloran & Associates, we defend people charged with trafficking in marijuana, heroin and meth as well as in federal court in Tampa, for marijuana smuggling, marijuana importation and grow house cultivation.
If a gun was involved in your arrest, you could be faced with stiffer penalties for armed trafficking or as a repeat offender in Federal Court be facing possibly life in prison.
We will investigate your case, thoroughly prepare your defense and fight for you in court. In some instances, we may be able to get you a good plea bargain or plea deal that keeps you from having a felony conviction, and from going to jail and losing your civil rights.
If you are not a U.S. citizen, a drug conviction can have serious consequences, including deportation. Even if you are NOT deported, you may be excluded and prohibited from entry into the United States again.
Call today to discuss your case and your rights. Contact our Sarasota, Bradenton and Ft Myers marijuana, heroin and meth possession lawyers at Aiken, O’Halloran & Associates before you set foot in court.
Do not wait until arraignment.
Call our criminal defense law offices or contact us online for a free consultation
Peter D Aiken of Aiken, O’Halloran and Associates 941-366-3506
Sean C O’Halloran in Ft Myers 239-334-8890