Avoid A Conviction When You Are Facing Drug Charges
Were you or a family member arrested on a drug charge in Florida? Is there a way to keep a conviction off your record? To discover your chances for clearing your name, you need to speak with an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately.
The penalties for a drug conviction include jail or prison time, stiff fines and possible driver’s license suspension. In addition, a criminal record could limit your employment, education and housing opportunities.
The time to act to protect your future is now. Contact Michael A. Gottlieb, P.A., today at 954-355-7286 for a successful defense strategy.
Thinking Outside The Box With A Team Approach
Our firm approaches each case individually to create a tailored strategy. Through a team approach – devoting the attention of two attorneys to your case – we will identify all possible defenses to resolve your case quickly and effectively.
With decades of experience, our attorneys have represented clients accused of drug crimes in Fort Lauderdale, across Florida and throughout the United States. We can represent you in the following types of drug cases in state or federal court:
- Simple possession of cocaine, marijuana, oxycodone, Mollie, Flakka, methamphetamine, Xanax, heroin or prescription drugs such as fentanyl
- Possession with intent or possession within 1,000 feet of a church or school
- Sales or delivery of drugs
- Trafficking or armed trafficking
- Conspiracy and/or violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act
Our goal is the dismissal of all the charges in your case. Alternatively, we may obtain reduced charges, a reduced sentence or deferred adjudication to give you the opportunity to undergo drug dependency treatment, if applicable, for a better case outcome. We have successfully defended clients in numerous state and federal jury trials.
Stand Up For Your Future And We Will Stand With You
From a foundation of solid experience, we are ready to evaluate the facts, apply the law and find weaknesses in the prosecution’s case against you.