Looking for a Drug Lawyer?
Drug laws in the US are in a state of flux right now. Some drugs that were once considered dangerous, like cannabis, are seeing their legal status being re-evaluated in many states including Florida. Meanwhile, newer drugs like fentanyl are changing how the state handles illegal prescription drug possession. For someone who has recently been arrested for a drug crime, the legal system can be a confusing and inhospitable place. At the Law Office of Jane Park, we can help. For 25 years, clients in the Barberville, FL area have trusted our office to represent them as reliable and competent lawyers for drug charges. In addition, we can help if the state accuses you of possession of an illegal gun. If you need an attorney to fervently defend you against drug or weapons charges, you can trust the Law Office of Jane Park.
Our firm proudly serves clients in these areas:
- Daytona Beach, FL
- DeLand, FL
- Deltona, FL
- Ormond Beach, FL
- Port Orange, FL
- Holly Hill, FL
- New Smyrna Beach, FL
- Edgewater, FL
- Barberville, FL
- Palm Coast, FL
Our Drug Attorney Has over 26 Years of Experience
- First-degree misdemeanor – if you possess up to 20 grams of illegal marijuana, you could face up to a year in jail.
- Third-degree felony – if the police arrest you with more than 20 grams of marijuana, less than 28 grams of cocaine, 10 grams of MDMA, up to a gram of LSD, or four grams of an opiate, you’ll face up to five years in prison.
- First-degree felony – if the police arrest you with more than these amounts of a controlled substance, you’ll face up to 30 years in prison and $250,000 in fines.
- What was the substance police arrested you with? Usually, the police will test the substance at a crime lab to determine this factor.
- Were you aware the substance was illegal?
- Did you maintain control over the substance and the area police found it? For example, a lawyer could argue that many different people
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What a Drug Charges Lawyer can do for Your Case
- The defendant did not know that the substance was controlled by law.
- A doctor legally prescribed the drug to the defendant. This rule can also apply to legally-prescribed medical cannabis.
- Police entrapped the defendant, who otherwise wouldn’t have possessed the substance.
- Police illegally violated the defendant’s constitutional rights during an illegal search and seizure. Attorneys refer to this defense as the “fruit of the poisonous tree” argument.
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If the state is accusing you of an illegal possession crime in the Barberville, FL area and you need help, call the Law Office of Jane Park. We believe that all clients deserve access to legal representation, so we offer flexible payment plans for each client. Call us today for a free consultation and see what we can do to help your case.
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The Law Office of Jane Park, P.A., is experienced with a variety type of criminal defense and family law issues. If you want advice or are seeking legal support, please consider getting in contact. We’d love to help you with your case.