Strategic Defense For Drug Offenses In Orlando
When facing drug offense charges involving substances like cocaine, heroin, fentanyl or marijuana, securing skilled legal representation is essential. At Ivanor Law Firm, our lawyers recognize the serious implications drug charges can have on your life. Our attorneys bring extensive experience and strategic defense strategies to protect your rights and pursue justice for you.
Navigating Diverse Drug Offenses
Drug offenses encompass a wide spectrum of charges, from possession to distribution or trafficking. Whether you face accusations related to cocaine, heroin, fentanyl or marijuana, our attorneys possess the experience to carefully analyze your case, craft tailored defense strategies and diligently advocate for your rights.
Understanding Marijuana Charges
In some instances, marijuana-related charges arise even in cases where individuals obtain the substance legally, such as purchasing from a dispensary. However, strict regulations dictate possession and distribution. Our attorneys understand the nuances of marijuana laws, offering guidance and defense strategies to address these charges and other criminal charges.
Strategic Defense Approach
At Ivanor Law Firm, our attorneys adopt a proactive and strategic approach to drug offense cases. We delve into the specifics of your situation, challenge evidence, scrutinize police procedures and explore potential mitigating factors to build a robust defense strategy. Our goal is to mitigate the impact of drug offense charges on your life and future.
Compassionate Legal Advocacy
We understand the anxiety and uncertainty that come with drug offense charges. Our attorneys prioritize open communication, providing you with clear guidance, explaining legal options and advocating for your rights with compassion and diligence.
Frequently Asked Questions About Drug Defense
Here are some common questions we hear from clients:
What should I do immediately after being arrested for a Florida drug crime?
After an arrest for a drug crime in Florida, it is important to invoke your rights. These rights are crucial to protecting your best interests in a criminal case. You have the right to remain silent. This allows you to withhold any comments made to the police that might be self-incriminating, which could be used against you in court.
You also have the right to contact a criminal defense attorney to represent you. Our attorneys can work alongside you to discuss the circumstances of your arrest, help you navigate the complexities of the law and build a strong legal defense case.
Can the police search my car or home for drugs without a warrant?
Without a warrant, the police can only legally search your car or home under certain circumstances. Some of the exceptions to the rule about warrants include obtaining permission for the search, when they see drugs in plain sight, when the search is incident to your arrest or when there is a threat to their safety or the public’s safety.
An experienced drug crimes attorney can challenge an illegal search in court as part of your defense.
Does it matter if I didn’t know I was carrying an illegal substance?
Many people face criminal charges because they were unwittingly carrying an illegal substance. This could happen if drugs were planted or stashed on a person’s body, vehicle or home without their knowledge. However, lack of knowledge can be raised as a defense.
Can I be convicted of a drug crime if there is no proof I intended to break the law?
Intent is sometimes inferred from the evidence. For example, if you are caught with a large amount of drugs – more than what is normal for personal use – then the prosecutor can make logical assumptions about your intent. A large part of your defense may include challenging official conclusions about your intentions. These are issues to discuss during your consultation with Ivanor Law Firm.
Secure Effective Defense: Free Consultation
When faced with drug offense charges, swift and effective legal representation is crucial. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your case and protect your rights. To make an appointment, call 407-255-2065 or complete our online form. We speak Spanish.