Sarasota Drug Possession Lawyer
Aggressive Defense Against the Toughest Criminal Charges
Are you under investigation for the crime of drug possession or drug trafficking? At The Law Office of Wyndel G. Darville, PLLC, I understand the stress of the charges you're facing and can take the time to effectively resolve the complex legal matter at hand. Whether you are a college student or a businessperson who is charged for allegedly possessing a controlled substance, or you were found with drugs during a DUI arrest, you should consider calling my firm at once.
As a Sarasota drug crime lawyer, I am prepared to help you with effective resolutions at each step of your case. I can help you combat the serious consequences that come with being charged for drug possession. This is an offense that carries mandatory minimums sentencing requirements. The government can even increase the charges if the defendant is found to have drug-related paraphernalia.
Drug possession is a serious offense that can put your future in serious jeopardy. If you are faced with a drug possession charge in Sarasota, Florida, you should not wait to speak with a knowledgeable defense lawyer who can advocate for your rights and interests. Our drug possession attorney is available for that purpose.
Schedule a free consultation with a Sarasota drug possession lawyer today!
Illegal Possession of Prescription Drugs
Individuals can also be charged with the crime of illegally possessing prescription drugs in the state of Florida. You can be faced with very serious penalties. In addition to the prison time you would face if convicted, you would also have to pay a substantial amount of fines. Depending on the circumstances, it can be charged as a Florida state offense or a federal offense.
If you have been charged with the offense of drug possession, your first action should be to contact an experienced Sarasota drug possession defense attorney. I am available to serve you and protect your rights, so call today and schedule your free initial case evaluation! Contact me today.
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