Palm Beach Drug Crime Attorney
Top-Rated Defense in South Florida
In Florida, drug offenses are prosecuted very harshly. When you are facing
jail time, heavy fines, and a permanent criminal record, you need to secure
reliable defense. At the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A., you can work with a
former prosecutor and a Palm Beach drug crimes lawyer who has dealt with
more than 100 trials. Whether you have been charged with drug possession, manufacture, delivery,
or trafficking, our firm is ready to provide the tenacious defense you need.
Our firm is available 24/7: Don't hesitate to contact us today to ask for a
free case review!
Fighting Florida Drug Offense Penalties
Whatever type of charge you face, our Palm Beach drug crimes lawyer is
prepared to provide the skilled defense you deserve. We will inform you
of your rights and defense strategies because we want you to be fully
aware of the laws affecting your case.
The potential penalties you could face depend on the drug type and amount:
Schedule I drugs have the highest potential for abuse and are not accepted for medical
use (includes LSD and heroin).
Schedule II drugs have a high abuse potential but is accepted medically, with restrictions
on usage (includes cocaine, opium, meth, and morphine).
Schedule III drugs have a moderate potential for abuse and an accepted medical usage,
but abused dosages can lead to moderately dangerous side effects (includes
Schedule IV drugs have lower abuse potential than Schedule III, is accepted medically,
but abuse of the drug can lead to severe dependence (includes prescription
drugs such as diazepam).
Schedule V drugs have the lowest abuse potential, is medically accepted, and poses
a limited risk of dependence (includes certain prescription drugs that
contain narcotics or stimulants).
(Marijuana possession and sales are dealt with in a different section of
Florida law. Marijuana charges can range from first-degree misdemeanors
to first-degree felonies.)
For both felony drug possession and drug trafficking charges, you may be
subjected to fines from $1,000 to $10,000, prison time of up to 30 years,
and a permanent criminal record. Repeat offenders or individuals with
prior convictions also face harsher sentences.
For a habitual felony offender, a 1st degree felony conviction could carry
the potential of a life sentence.
Aggressive Defense for All Drug Charges
At the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A., our attorney has been named to
The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Lawyers for his accomplishments as one of Florida's leading trial attorneys.
Our passion and skill has led to numerous favorable results for our clients,
even in the face of the most serious drug charges. When you have so much
to lose, we are ready to give it our all. Our drug crimes lawyer is prepared
to launch the reliable defense you deserve.
Need tough drug possession defense in Collier County? Facing drug sale
charges in Monroe County? No case is too complicated. Call our Palm Beach
drug crimes attorney for your free consultation!