Orlando Marijuana Defense Attorneys
Legal Help Following Marijuana Possession Charges of Under 20 Grams
The casual use of marijuana can have serious consequences when marijuana possession charges are filed. Most people accused of the possession of 20 grams or less of marijuana are concerned with possible legal penalties, such as:
- The loss of driving privileges
- Up to a year in a county jail or a year of supervised probation
- A fine of up to $1,000
- A criminal record
At the Orlando, Florida, law firm of Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law, we understand the stress and anxiety that can accompany drug charges and are prepared to provide experienced and effective legal help. We:
- Are former prosecutors and have represented clients from both sides of the law
- Have represented numerous clients in our combined 15 years of legal experience
Do you face marijuana possession charges in Central Florida? Contact the lawyers the aggressive and diligent attorneys of Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law. Call 407-377-0150.
As former prosecutors, we are skilled at strengthening and strategizing marijuana cases, negotiating for favorable terms, and litigating criminal cases in court. Strategies we use in defending clients' rights include:
- Looking to see if probable cause exists
- Determining whether an admission was made
- Questioning whether rights were properly explained
- Determining whether search laws were followed during the search of vehicles, homes and persons
Key issues like police officers' right to pull your car over, illegal detentions and whether drugs were readily accessible to the accused can make the difference between a conviction and dismissal of charges.
Diversions and Dismissal of Charges
By avoiding a guilty verdict and adjudication, you can avoid the one-year suspension of your driver's license. A successful negotiation for a diversion, which can involve a drug evaluation and drug treatment, can also result in an eventual dismissal of charges in the event of a first offense.
Do not face drug charges alone and without experienced and committed legal help. Instead, contact our Orlando or New Smyrna Beach office for a no-charge consultation.
Contact Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law at 407-377-0150
Our firm's main office is conveniently located in downtown Orlando, just a few blocks from the courthouse. Contact the lawyers at Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law by calling us at 407-377-0150. You may also complete our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation.