In the State of Florida, Possession of Cocaine is labeled as a third-degree felony charge. Although each case is unique, every felony case is a serious matter as a conviction can result in life-long consequences. A felony conviction can impact your ability to find quality employment and can result in the loss of many of your civil liberties including the right to vote and possess a firearm.
Penalties for Possession of Cocaine If you have been charged with Possession of Cocaine, some of the penalties that could result in a conviction include:
Up to 5-years incarceration
Up to 5-years of supervised probation
A fine of up to $5,000
Loss of your driving privileges for 1-year
Orlando Cocaine Possession Lawyer
Attorney Michael Zmijewski is a former prosecutor who has the knowledge and understanding of how the State and Law Enforcement construct their cases. This provides Attorney Zmijewski with a unique advantage of knowing how to defend his clients who have been charged with Possession of Cocaine. Some of the defenses that he will explore in the defense of your case include:
Did law enforcement have probable cause to stop your vehicle?
Was the search and seizure lawful
Did law enforcement have a warrant to search your home
Was consent provided for the search
Contact Our Orlando Possession of Cocaine Attorney With over 15-years of Criminal Law experience in Central Florida, our Orlando Possession of Cocaine Attorney will fight to defend and preserve your rights and freedom. Call our office today at 407-473-1233 to schedule your free and confidential case review.