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Orlando Marijuana Possession Lawyers

The Orlando marijuana possession attorneys of Moses and Rooth Attorneys at Law, understand what a conviction for marijuana possession could cost you. A marijuana conviction could cost you your driver’s license, jail, thousands of dollars, and countless career opportunities.

If you are facing pot possession charges, contact Moses and Rooth Attorneys at Law. With a wealth of criminal law experience and a commitment to our clients, we will do everything we can to help you. Whether we negotiate a plea bargain or fight fiercely for you in the criminal justice courts, we will help you through this challenging time. We will assist you through the legal process by evaluating the details of your case, litigating the legal issues, negotiating with the prosecutor, and preparing you for the trial.

Nothing beats experience and focus. We have spent our entire careers focused on criminal law. We are former prosecutors and skilled trial lawyers. We understand drug defense from the inside out.

Penalties for Pot Possession in Orlando

As former prosecutors, we have represented clients from both sides of the law. We have a thorough understanding of:

  • Potential penalties for marijuana possession: Marijuana possession of 20 grams or more is a felony that can result in up to five years of incarceration, a $5,000 fine and driver’s license suspension. Even a small amount of marijuana, under 20 grams, is a misdemeanor that can result in a $1,000 fine and a year of incarceration or probation, and it also may result in a driver’s license suspension.
  • How to defend against marijuana possession charges: We understand the way the prosecutors approach Florida pot possession cases, and we have experience finding legal issues regarding traffic stops, searches, seizures, interrogations, arrests and other police interactions with suspects.
  • Negotiation techniques: Because of our experience as former prosecutors, we understand how to negotiate with the prosecuting attorneys effectively for our clients.