Orlando Felony Marijuana Attorney
Orlando Sale Or Delivery Of Marijuana Lawyer
If you are accused of selling or delivering marijuana or having a felony amount of marijuana or a combination thereof, we can help you. Call 407-883-6853 to set up a free consultation with Orlando marijuana possession attorneys Heiko Moenckmeier and Kevin J. Pitts. We are former prosecutors and public defenders and we have the experience to defend you against these charges. We also defend against the property and car seizures that often accompany these kinds of arrests. We can defend you. Don’t wait, call today- 407.504.1384 or 407.883.6853 to speak DIRECTLY to an attorney who will give you a free initial consultation. Felony marijuana charges are SERIOUS, and your DEFENSES NEED TO BE EXPLORED BY EXPERIENCED CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS. You can lose your DRIVERS LICENSE, you can be deported, you could go to prison.
Are there Defenses? Yes.
Yes, there are many defenses available that may or may not apply to your case. We will evaluate your case for you and look for weaknesses in the State’s case against you. Every case is different but there are always some defenses.
Some of the things we look for: if the officers stopped, seized, interrogated, searched, or arrested you ILLEGALLY. This is more common than you think and super important, obviously. Fourth Amendment Issues that involve cars, driving, homes, apartments, helicopters, submarines, and boats. I know that sounds crazy, but the illegal stop case law applies to different degrees everywhere. If your Fourth Amendment Rights were violated, we may be able to get your case dismissed completely!
Fifth Amendment Issues- if your Miranda Rights were not read, were not read properly, were insufficient, and whether or not you knowingly, voluntarily, and freely waived, or if police coercion was involved AND YOU SAID SOMETHING THAT HURTS YOUR CASE (Inculpatory). There may be grounds to get your confession thrown out.
Even if we are not able to get the case dismissed, aggressive motion practice and the ability to understand the issues and be prepared for trial may ultimately lead to the dismissal of the case by the Judge or the State, or by the Jury, after trial. Let us help you.
Can there be Immigration Consequences? Yes.
The federal government classifies marijuana as a schedule 1 substance. Schedule 1 substances by definition of the federal government have the highest potential for addiction and no known medical use. This classification might not be accurate, but if you get caught with marijuana, the federal and state government’s war on drugs will be waged against you. A conviction could be used to deport you if you’re not a United States Citizen. You will need to consult with an immigration attorney to further explore any deportation issues.
EXPLORATION OF DIFFERENT MARIJUANA CHARGES
Orlando delivery of 20 grams or less without remuneration is a misdemeanor punishable by a maximum sentence of 1 year imprisonment and a maximum fine of $1,000.
Orlando sale of 25 lbs. or less is a felony punishable by a maximum sentence of 5 years imprisonment and a maximum fine of $5,000.
Orlando sale of 25 lbs.-2,000 lbs. (or 300-2,000 plants) is a felony punishable by a mandatory minimum sentence of 3 years imprisonment and a maximum sentence of 15 years imprisonment and a maximum fine of $25,000.
Orlando sale of 2,000 lbs.-10,000 lbs. (or 2,000-10,000 plants) is a felony punishable by a mandatory minimum sentence of 7 years and a maximum sentence of 30 years imprisonment as well as a maximum fine of $50,000.
Orlando sale of 10,000 lbs. or more is a felony punishable by a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years imprisonment and a maximum sentence of 30 years imprisonment as well as a maximum fine of $200,000.
Orlando Sale or delivery within 1,000 feet of a school, college, park, or other specified areas (within 1,000 feet of a child care facility between 6 A.M. and 12 midnight, within 1,000 feet of a park or community center, within 1,000 feet of a college, university or other postsecondary educational institute, within 1,000 feet of any church or place of worship that conducts religious activities, within 1,000 feet of any convenience business, within 1,000 feet of public housing, within 1,000 feet or an assisted living facility.) is a felony punishable by a maximum sentence of 15 years imprisonment and a maximum fine of $10,000.
CALL 407-883-6853 or 407-504-1384 to Speak DIRECTLY to an ATTORNEY TODAY
If you are accused of selling or delivering marijuana we can help. Call 407-883-6853 to set up a free consultation with lt Orlando marijuana possession attorneys Heiko G. Moenckmeier and Kevin J. Pitts.