Miami Drug Possession Attorney
Possession with the Intent to Sell
For those who are caught or wrongfully accused of possessing drugs with
the intent to distribute them, hiring a Miami drug lawyer is an important
step in seeking to ensure your freedom. Charges of
possession are already high, so those found to be in possession with the intent to
distribute will have a difficult task ahead of them to prove their innocence
regardless of whether they had the drugs for profit or not. When you contact
our firm, Parks & Braxton, PA, we will fight to secure you an outcome
that protects you from years of jail time or brings about a significant
reduction in charges. Ultimately, we will never stop fighting for an outcome
that protects you from jail and expensive fines.
Under Florida statute, possessing with the intent to sell, deliver or manufacture
any controlled substances is illegal. Possession of drugs or paraphernalia
with intent the intent to sell can leave you with either misdemeanor or
felony charges. The intent to sell marijuana counts as a third-degree
felony typically receiving a sentence of up to five years and the intent
to sell cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, crystal meth and prescription drugs
is a second-degree felony facing up to 15 years as a sentence.
Those charged with intent to sell near a school or daycare will have a
mandatory prison sentence and increase in the degree of their felony.
The accompaniment of scales and baggies along with drugs can make it look
like your intention was to distribute the drugs. Those found with large
amounts of drugs may be suspected of distribution as well. Any sale or
distribution of drugs is highly illegal and while you may not have actually
sold any, if the prosecution can provide a convincing case that you had
the intention to, you can face years in prison and seriously high fines.
Effectively Fighting Drug Charges in Miami
You have legal rights that our team is determined to uphold. Through our
representation, we can form a strong defensive case and use that case
to argue before the courts and negotiate with the prosecution. We have
taken on thousands of cases successfully through our 48 years of combined
experience and we know what you are going up against in
drug crime charges. Working formerly as a prosecutor, our attorney has seen the damage
that can occur to those convicted, as well as their family. Our goal is
to provide you with hard hitting defense, convincing the court of your
innocence in a drug crime.
Contact a Miami drug possession attorney from our firm for a free case evaluation. We are ready to take your call
24 / 7 - on nights, weekends and holidays too!