A savvy and well-versed drug lawyer is critical in Florida. The laws are particularly harsh on drugs – as indicated in the Drug Abuse Prevention and Control provisions (“Trafficking; mandatory sentences; suspension or reduction of sentences; conspiracy to engage in trafficking”: Title XLVI, Chapter 893.135).
Your choice of drug crime attorney is essential because of these laws. In Florida, even minor marijuana possession sometimes leading to $1000 and up to a year in jail. For more serious convictions, such as felony drug trafficking, fines of more than $250,000 can be coupled with minimum mandatory prison sentencing.
Drug crime attorney Arthur C. Fulmer, Jr., will focus one-on-one with you so that your defense is customized to fit your particular case both in negotiation and litigation.
Drug Crime FAQs
What is Drug Crime?
What Constitutes a Felony Drug Charge?
What Percentage of Arrests Are Drug-Related?
What Percentage of Prisoners are Drug Offenders?
What Percentage of Murders are Drug-Related?
In What Ways are Drug Abuse and Crime Linked?
What is a Nonviolent Drug Offender?
What Percentage of Prisoners are Nonviolent Drug Offenders?
How Many Nonviolent Drug Offenders Are in Prison?
How Much Jail Time Can I Get for a Felony Drug Charge?
^Back to the Top