Fighting Drug Trafficking Charges
Drug trafficking charges are the most serious drug charges you can face. You can expect no leniency from the government as you fight drug trafficking charges. Every aspect of your case is going to be extremely challenging. From the very beginning, you may have an incredibly high bond set on your case. If you are convicted, the consequences you face include mandatory minimum prison sentences that could mean decades behind bars.
No one should face such consequences without the benefit of a defense that has the experience and skill necessary to overcome the government’s case against him or her.
Were Your Rights Violated?
Creating a strong defense against drug trafficking charges involves focusing on multiple aspects of the case including how the police obtained the drug evidence. Everyone has a constitutional right under the Fourth Amendment to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. If your rights were violated during the police search that located the drug evidence, it should be suppressed.
Our firm defends people against drug trafficking charges involving:
- Prescription drugs
- Molly (MDMA)
You need to put forward a defense that understands how to level the playing field to help you secure the best possible outcome.
Board-Certified Drug Trafficking Defense In State And Federal Courts
At Lindsey & Ferry, P.A., we are committed to helping people fight state and federal drug trafficking charges. Attorney Warren Lindsey has 37 years of experience defending people against criminal charges. Mr. Lindsey is board-certified by the Florida Bar in criminal law. Mr. Lindsey has been selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers from 2007 to 2014 and has obtained an *AV Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell.
Highly Effective Defense Against Drug Trafficking Charges In The Orlando Area And Central Florida
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