Drug Offenses

Drug Charges

Facing drug charges on your own, whether a misdemeanor or felony charge, can be extremely scary and frightening. Certainly, when considering the ramifications a conviction can have on your life. Both Florida State and Federal laws enforce harsh penalties for drug crime convictions. It takes a dedicated representation and aggressive defense strategies to effectively handle your case.

Firstly, prosecutors will try to penalize you according to the highest extent of the law. But with an effective defense in place, you may not have to experience the heavy hand of the law. Not all drug charges are the same. For instance, the penalties associated with drug offenses will vary based on numerous factors. This includes what schedule a drug is classified as and whether or not it is a misdemeanor or a felony.

Know Your Rights

The more you know about your drug charge and the constitutional rights that apply can help you feel more secure in building a defense. The Fletcher Law Practice helps clients in St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Tampa Bay who have been arrested for all types of drug charges. This includes: Possession, distribution, trafficking, cultivation, and prescription fraud. Attorney Rick Fletcher has years of court experience, legal knowledge and a strong background in public criminal defense which can help you. Fletcher’s experience will help guide you through the justice system by reducing whatever charges against you or have them dismissed.

Mr. Fletcher knows how to protect your 4th amendment rights from unreasonable searches and seizures by law enforcement. If you believe law enforcement violated your privacy rights, The Fletcher Law Practice is here to help. We will work tirelessly to expose any illegal investigative techniques used by law enforcement. To learn your rights, options, and the likelihood of having your charges reduced or possibly dismissed, call The Fletcher Law Practice today for a free consultation.

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