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Possession of Substance Lawyer in Miami, Florida

Possession means that an individual is physically carrying an illegal drug. A person can be convicted of possessing a controlled substance if the prosecutor shows the accused had partial control over the drug. According to the definition of possession of a controlled substance, he or she possession of drugs declared by state or federal law to be illegal for sale or usage without a doctors’ prescription.

Consequences for a Drug Crime Conviction

Drug crimes both from state or federal authorities are highly condemned and be charged as either a misdemeanor or a federal offense.  Every offense carries its penalties, relying on the situations of the crime and your criminal history. For instance, a judge may be slightly lenient on a first-time offender, while someone with a bad record faces harsher results.

The penalties for drug crime convictions include the following: (Amount may differ depending on the state)

  • Possession of controlled substances
  • 180 days in jail to prison for up to 99 years and a fine of up to $ 250,000
  • Delivery or manufacturing of controlled substances
  • 180 days in jail to life in prison and a fine up to $ 250,000
  • Delivery of marijuana
  • 180 days in jail to up to ninety-nine years in prison and a fine up to $ 100,000
  • Possession of marijuana
  • 180 days in jail to up to ninety-nine years in prison and a fine up to $ 50,000

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The penalty for drug crimes is severe, but as per rule, a person is innocent until proven guilty. If you are facing drug charges, it is possible to have them minimized to misdemeanors. It is also possible to have charges dismissed if the police didn’t follow the correct method during the arrest. Call us at our Miami, Florida office at 786-626-9546 to investigate your case.

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