Orlando Methamphetamine Trafficking Attorneys
Some people facing meth trafficking charges were involved, on some level, with the sale of illegal drugs. Many, however, face this heightened charge due simply to the possession of drugs in a high enough amount that they are suspected of selling or trafficking the drug.
At Moses and Rooth Attorneys at Law, we understand the confusion that can occur when you are charged with meth trafficking. Perhaps you had just enough drugs for your personal use.Perhaps you attempted to sell a small amount of drugs to an undercover police officer. Perhaps the drugs in question weren’t even yours.
Firm attorneys Andrew Moses and Jay R. Rooth bring more than 30 years of combined experience to your meth trafficking case. Just as importantly, both lawyers are former prosecutors. We have handled many drug trafficking cases, including meth and cocaine trafficking cases, from both sides of the law. The result is a unique perspective, highly knowledgeable legal counsel and a long track record of success.
Legal Penalties for a Meth Trafficking Charge
The Florida Legislature has imposed minimum mandatory sentences if you are convicted of trafficking in methamphetamines (Florida Statute §893.135).
- Possession of four grams or more of meth but less than 14 grams; three-year minimum mandatory sentence and a $50,000 fine
- Possession of 14 grams or more of meth but less than 28 grams; 15-year minimum mandatory sentence and a $100,000 fine
- Possession of 28 grams or more of meth but less than 30 kilograms; 25-year minimum mandatory sentence and a $500,000 fine
- Possession of 30 kilograms or more of meth; life imprisonment
For a no-charge consultation, contact our office to have an experienced attorney review the police reports and discuss your criminal case.