Lindsey & Ferry, P.A.
Strong Defense For Drug Charges In Orlando
The most effective way to approach the defense of a drug case depends on the unique circumstances of each case and the goals of the client. Consequences can vary greatly depending on the amount and the type of drug(s) involved. If other charges are involved, the consequences can be substantially greater. In order to develop the best defense, your lawyer must understand how to scrutinize the facts of your case and fully understand the nature of the charges and possible pretrial resolutions of such cases.
Lindsey & Ferry, P.A., represents clients in a wide range of criminal defense matters, including state and federal drug charges. At our Orlando law firm, we offer our clients a wealth of experience in the area of criminal law.
Trust Our Drug Crime Defense Team
- Designer drugs
- Prescription drugs
- Flakka, Ethylone, and Mollies
License Consequences Of Drug Charges
In addition to the criminal penalties associated with a drug conviction, if you are convicted of any drug charge in Florida, your driver’s license will be revoked for one year by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Common charges that can result in your driver’s license being automatically revoked include possession of cannabis, possession of a controlled substance, distribution of a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute.
Keeping your driver’s license can be critical to maintaining employment and fulfilling other obligations you may have. As experienced criminal defense lawyers in Orlando, Warren Lindsey and Matthew Ferry have helped many clients find solutions to their legal problems.