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Marijuana Crimes Ft. Lauderdale Drug Crimes Lawyer

Facing marijuana charges? Don’t take your offense lightly! You could be facing years behind bars and extensive fines, not to mention other penalties. When you work with Michael A. Gottlieb, P.A., you can be confident that your rights will be aggressively defended. We never back down from a fight and make sure that our clients receive a fair trial. Our goal is to secure the most favorable outcome possible, no matter how complex the case is.

Whether you have been charged with cultivation or possession, our Fort Lauderdale drug crimes lawyer can provide the representation and counsel you need throughout your case. Give our firm a call today to start building a strategic defense.

Marijuana Laws In Florida

Though many states are moving to legalize or at least decriminalize marijuana, Florida still views marijuana as a dangerous drug and enforces strict penalties against any related crimes. Even medical marijuana is strictly prohibited in the state.

We Can Fiercely Defend Clients Accused Of The Following:

  • Possession
  • Possession with the intent to sell
  • Cultivation
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Trafficking
  • Sales

The penalties you face will depend strictly on the type of crime and amount of marijuana involved. For example, manufacturing (or growing) marijuana with the intent to sell is considered a third degree felony, which carries up to five years in jail. However, simple possession for personal use (when less than 20 grams) is considered a first degree misdemeanor and only carries up to one year in jail. If any marijuana crimes are committed within certain distance to a school or young children, you could be facing even more severe consequences and repercussions.

No matter what type of marijuana crime you are facing, be sure to contact our firm for counsel. We can aggressively fight for your rights and make sure your side of the story is heard in court.