Winter Park Methamphetamine Possession Defense Attorneys
Methamphetamine is hitting Central Florida hard. The number of people using meth continues, because the drug is relatively cheap, easy to make with household items and highly addictive.
The Orlando law firm of Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law forcefully defends people accused of methamphetamine-related crimes. The consequences of a conviction are harsh, so our attorneys must be dedicated to helping our clients avoid them.
Meth Possession and Trafficking of Methamphetamine
Our lawyers represent people facing a broad spectrum of drug charges related to methamphetamine. These include drug distribution, manufacturing in a methamphetamine lab, meth possession, possession of precursor chemicals and other drug crimes.
Possession of methamphetamine is a serious crime. It can be a third-degree felony, second-degree felony or felony in the first degree, depending on the amount of the drug involved. If larger quantities are involved, you could be charged intent to distribute or sell, or drug trafficking.
Under Florida law, possession of 14 grams of methamphetamine or more is considered trafficking. People convicted of this crime can face a mandatory prison sentence of three years or more.
A Thorough Approach to a Successful Criminal Defense
At Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law, we investigate all aspects of your case to help you build a strong defense. We will investigate to determine whether the police violated your rights at any point in the process. If the police violated your Constitutional rights when gathering evidence against you, we will ask the court to dismiss the evidence and the charges against you.
If drug addiction is a factor in your case, we can assist you in finding treatment to help you get your life back on track. Your willingness to attend treatment may also assist us in successfully negotiating your case with prosecutors.
Contact Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law at 407-377-0150
Don't face criminal charges alone. Contact the lawyers at Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law by calling our Orlando, Florida, law firm at 407-377-0150. You may also complete our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation.