If you are convicted for misdemeanor possession of marijuana in Florida, your driver’s license will be suspended for two years, even on a first offense. To protect your driver’s license, contact a lawyer as soon as possible.
When most people think of drug possession, they usually think of it as a relatively minor offense. The truth is that any drug-related crime, including simple possession, is taken very seriously under Florida law and can be charged as a federal offense depending on the type of drug involved. It is important that you take it seriously as well. A conviction for possession of any illegal drug can result in serious penalties, which only get more severe as the quantity of the drug increases.
If you are facing charges for drug possession of any kind, it is critical that you seek the advice of a qualified lawyer. I am Kissimmee drug possession defense attorney Richard Nick Kelley. As a former Assistant State Attorney in Orange County and Osceola County, I prosecuted hundreds of drug possession cases. I have represented clients in a variety of drug possession cases in state and federal court. I use all of my experience on both sides of these cases to secure the best possible outcome in your case.
When you hire me as your attorney, I will do everything in my power to beat the charges against you. I will look at how the drugs were discovered and if the search that uncovered them was legal. If I find any indication that your rights were violated, I will take immediate action to have the charges against you dismissed. If a dismissal is out of reach, I will work to obtain the most favorable outcome possible.
I have defended clients against possession charges in cases involving all types of drugs, including the following:
Contact Richard Nick Kelley, P.A., today for a free initial consultation about your drug possession case. You can reach a member of my firm 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call my Kissimmee office at 407-847-6259.