Drug Charges

All drug charges are not the same. Penalties for drug charges in Florida can be as different as the drugs themselves and can go from a first degree misdemeanor charge with fines up to $1,000 and up to a year in jail for simple possession of a small amount of marijuana to up to 25 years in prison and a $500,000 fine for a charge of trafficking in large quantities of Oxycodone. All drug charges are serious charges that can carry penalties even beyond fines and prison terms: They can include loss of driver’s license or a professional license or job — and for students, a conviction can mean loss of or inability to receive federal student loans. Michael Jones has had many years and thousands of cases of experience in helping you get the best defense and therefore the best outcome possible in your case. Some of the typical drug cases that Mr. Jones has handled include, but are not limited to the following:

Production of marijuana
Possession of marijuana
Distribution of marijuana
Drug sales
Narcotics violations
Drug distribution
Transporting drugs
Possession or selling drugs on school property or near a park or church
Possession with intent to sell
Drug manufacturing
Drug trafficking
Possession of drug paraphernalia

There are many different ways to protect your rights and create a legal defense to any of these charges. Attorney Michael Jones looks at each case differently and then formulates the best plan of action for each and every client that he serves. Click the CONTACT button on the upper right and set up a free consultation to get the peace of mind you need about your case. But please remember, protecting your rights includes, most importantly, your right to remain silent. Anything you say can and WILL be used AGAINST you in a court of law!

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