Orlando Drug Possession Lawyer
Our Drug Crime Attorney Can Help Your Case
Whether you have been charged with possessing cocaine, marijuana, meth,
or a prescription drug, you need to retain hard-hitting legal defense
immediately. Be forewarned: you can be charged with drug possession even
if you weren't in "actual possession" of the drugs.
Constructive possession is when you are aware that a substance is in your
vicinity, that the substance is illegal, and that the substance is close
enough for you to actually possess it. The penalties for a drug possession
conviction can include jail time, monetary fines, lengthy probation, forfeiture
of property and assets, community service, and more, which is why it is
vital for you to attain an experienced
Orlando drug crimes lawyer.
If you were charged with possession, discuss your case with Mazin Law in a
Do I need an Orlando criminal defense attorney for simple possession?
There is no such thing as "simple possession." Possessing marijuana
under 20 grams, for example, can result in a first degree misdemeanor
conviction, carrying a maximum of 365 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Furthermore, prosecutors will sometimes seek additional penalties such
as a substance abuse evaluation, counseling and treatment, random drug
testing, and a mandatory two-year driver's license suspension.
There are many defenses that could be available to you including mistaken
identity, lack of evidence, entrapment, or inability to demonstrate possession
of a controlled substance. When you retain Attorney Lyle Mazin from Mazin
Law, he will not rest until every stone has been overturned in your case
and all relevant questions have been answered. This allows him to determine
if the search and seizure process was completed properly, and if the stop
was lawful. This can help in building you the strongest defense possible.
Let Attorney Lyle Mazin fight for you!
When you retain the legal representation of Lyle Mazin, you can benefit
from the following:
- He can investigate your arrest.
- He can examine the actions of law enforcement.
- He can analyze whether your rights were violated.
- He can prevent the government from getting overly and unfairly aggressive.
- He can negotiate on your behalf (to have your charges dropped or reduced
or to have you admitted to a diversion program or put on probation instead
of sent to jail).
- He can aggressively defend your best interests, if a trial is unavoidable.
To learn more about the charges you face,
call our Orlando drug crimes attorney at (407) 477-6744!