If you’ve been involved in drug related crimes in Miami, after an arrest for a drug offense, it is important to speak with an attorney experienced in fighting drug crimes in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Your entire case could be won or lost depending on whether a viable motion to suppress the drug evidence is filed and litigated in your case. Additionally, a motion to dismiss can be filed in your case if the prosecution does not have sufficient evidence to prove that you actually or constructively possessed the controlled substance.
At least in Miami-Dade County, many of the lower-level drug cases meet the criteria for Drug Court and are assigned to a separate decision. The decision to go this route is important in an in-depth analysis of both your case and your life is crucial to making the correct decision. Do not take this lightly. You also have the option of removing your case from drug court so that it can be resolved in a regular trial division. Before you make a decision, contact us to understand the pros and cons of each course of action.
Legislative Updates in 2016: Call us to learn more about Chapter 2016-105 for Narcotics Laws in Florida. This new legislation on drug laws in Florida amends various portions of Chapter 893. The new legislation adds definitions, adds substances to the different schedules, and amends penalty provisions.
If you have been arrested for a drug crime in the Miami-Dade area, including Broward County, Palm Beach County, or Monroe County, then contact the Criminal Defense Center, P.A. at 305-567-1011 for a FREE Consultation. By focusing on criminal defense and serious drug crimes, we pay particular attention to recent changes in the law and unique arguments that apply to these types of cases.
We represent individuals charged with a wide variety of drug charges, including:
Cultivation of Marijuana
Marijuana Grow House Operations
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Possession with Intent to Sale or Distribute
Possession or Trafficking in Prescription Drugs
Driving While Impaired by Drugs (DUI)
Manufacturing Methamphetamine or Meth Lab Operations
Possession of a “New Drug” with Intent to Sell
Conspiracy to Manufacture
Trafficking in Cocaine
Trafficking in Illegal Drugs 28 to 30 grams
Sale or Delivery