Drug trafficking organizations and cartels use a variety of methods to smuggle drugs into the State of Florida. They often prey on individuals who do not look or act like your stereotypical “druggie”.
Florida State Statute Chapter 893 addresses the numerous ways a person who knowingly sells, purchases, manufactures, delivers, brings into this state, or who knowingly is in actual or constructive possession can be charged. This statute outlines specific minimum amounts for criminal charges and details mandatory sentences for defendants found guilty of narcotics trafficking. See Florida Statute 893.147
If you have been charged with drug trafficking, smuggling, importation, possession with intent to sell or distribute, or simple possession, we can help you protect your rights. Contact us for a free confidential initial consultation and learn more about how we can help aggressively defend you.