Being charged with Sale and Delivery of Drugs is a serious crime that can result in significant prison time. Florida Statute 893.13 labels a charge of Sale and Delivery of Drugs as a second-degree felony, meaning that it is punishable by up to 15-years in State Prison, $10,000 fine, and suspension of your driving privileges for one-year. However, if it is alleged that the offense of Sale and Delivery occurred within 1,000 feet of a school, place of worship, or a public park, the State may enhance the charge to a first-degree felony.
Sale and Delivery Defense Our Orlando Sale and Delivery of Drugs Lawyer is a former prosecutor who prosecuted hundreds of drug related offenses on behalf of the State. This experience provides him with an upper hand when evaluating his client’s case in determining the best defense. Some defenses that are often employed in Sale and Delivery of Drug cases include:
Challenging the reliability of a Confidential Informant
Determining the legality of the Search and Seizure
Constructive Possession defense
Were the drugs for personal use (possession) versus sale
These are only a number of the defenses that may be available to defend your Sale and Delivery of Drugs case. If you or a loved one has been charged with Sale and Delivery, call our experienced Orlando Sale and Delivery Attorney today at 407-473-1233 to discuss your case and begin building your defense.
Call for Your Free Case Review If you or a loved one is facing a Sale and Delivery of Drugs case, it is important that you consider discussing your case with an experienced lawyer. Our Orlando Sale and Delivery Lawyer has over 15-years of criminal law trial experience in the State of Florida and is available to answer your questions and evaluate your case. Our office is conveniently located in Downtown Orlando, call today at 407-473-1233.