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Criminal Defense Attorney

Tallahassee Criminal Defense Lawyers

Drug Possession

In Florida, it is illegal to possess any drug without a prescription.  These include marijuana, cocaine, MDMA, Molly, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Adderall, Riddelin, and Bath Salts as well as many others.  It is important to get a local Tallahassee Criminal Defense Attorney if facing possession charges as many first time possession charges are eligible for diversionary programs such as Drug Court wherein charges can be dismissed after a documented period of sobriety.  A Tallahassee Criminal Defense Attorney can review your case to see if you are eligible for any of these programs.  In addition, we can review your case to see if there is sufficient evidence to prove possession.  Many times people are arrested for what is called “constructive possession.”  This often happens when drugs are found in a car or house but not on the person.  It is a defense to possession if you were not aware that the drugs were present.  These are important factors to review when defending your drug possession case.


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