Orlando Controlled Substance Arrest Lawyer

Marijuana Possession

Possession of marijuana is still illegal in the State of Florida in most situations. The legal system treats marijuana possession charges very seriously and the penalties for possessing the substance can be unduly harsh.

Through my work at the State Attorney’s Office and my time as a criminal defense attorney, I have seen how a simple marijuana charge can impact a person’s life and seriously hinder their record, reputation, and overall well-being.  As your attorney, I will use my knowledge of the law and the legal system to represent you in all aspects concerning your arrests for possession. Whether you were charged with a felony or a misdemeanor, I will represent you at all hearings and will work diligently to protect you against the penalties you face.

Is Marijuana Possession a Serious Offense?

If you have been arrested for possession of cannabis, the penalties for the crime can be unforgiving. Even being caught with a minor amount (less than 20 grams) of marijuana can land you up to a year in jail. A more serious offense of marijuana possession (more than 20 grams) is a 3rd Degree Felony and carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison.

Being arrested for marijuana possession is not something to be taken lightly. The charge can ultimately land you time in prison, jail, or on strict probation.

Also, a possession charge, even a minor one, can result in the loss of the person’s driver’s license for a significant amount of time.  Depending on the severity of your charge, you may be required to serve time in a correctional facility or attend a drug rehabilitation program.

However minor or major you may think the charge may be, it is important to discuss your situation with a trained criminal defense attorney like me. A charge for marijuana possession could result in serious consequences and it is important to know all the options that are available to uphold your rights and protect you against the penalties you face.

Criminal Defense Lawyer Serving Orange County

Whether you have been arrested for possessing, selling, distributing, or trafficking marijuana, no matter how much the quantity was, I urge you to consult with me online or by calling 407-233-3210 or 888-778-7638 toll free.


During your free, initial consultation, we can discuss your circumstances and legal options privately and in confidence.

If we agree that I am the right attorney to defend you, I will represent you aggressively and to the fullest extent of the law.

Orlando Probation Violation Lawyer

Central Florida Criminal Law And Revocation Of Probation Attorney Serving Osceola, Orlando And Orange County. Committed. Skilled. Fair legal services.

Review Us On Google +




Avvo Rating





Download My App