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An overview of different drug crimes

| Sep 30, 2014 | Drug Charges |

While possession may be the most commonly known drug crime, there are many types of drug crimes that individuals may be charged with. Depending on the type of charge, you could face more severe punishment following a conviction, and it may also be more difficult to prove your innocence if you are charged.

Drug crimes are a serious problem in Florida, so it’s understandable that law enforcement does their job: to keep drugs off the street. However, you may find yourself wrongfully accused if you don’t know the different types of drug crimes. With proper knowledge, you may avoid criminal charges or better defend yourself against them if you are charged.

Drug possession rarely bodes well for the accused. If you are found in possession of drugs, it is very difficult to claim innocence, even if the drugs were planted on you or you did not know about them. The same can be said for offenses such as trafficking and dealing, which involve the distribution and selling of illegal substances; these charges are not brought up lightly, but they are not indefensible. Attorneys who have experience defending such charges in Florida can help you make a case for your innocence.

A lesser known drug crime charge is called drug paraphernalia, and it pertains to objects that are used to take drugs, either through injection or inhalation. This includes equipment used to produce or conceal drugs. These objects include things like bongs or pipes. What’s most concerning about these crimes is that you may legitimately not realize that your property is illegal drug paraphernalia. Even if you do not use such objects for illegal drug consumption, you may still find yourself facing criminal charges.

For a more in-depth look at the various types of drug crimes, click here. Whether you’re facing possession or trafficking charges, an attorney can likely help you defend yourself. Legal counseling may notice aspects of your case that you overlooked or were not aware of, such as circumstantial evidence. If you are facing drug crime charges, consider meeting with a defense attorney to discuss your case.

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