Fort Walton Beach Methamphetamine Possession Lawyers
Florida has notoriously harsh laws regarding drug possession, and as such, prosecutors are likely to aggressively pursue charges against anyone accused of methamphetamine possession. With a rise in methamphetamine possession and manufacturing, law enforcement is looking to make examples out of anyone associated with this drug. It is critical that anyone arrested for methamphetamine possession retain legal representation right away. Flaherty Defense Firm knows what it takes to successfully fight charges of meth possession in Fort Walton Beach. We will challenge any rights violations that may have occurred before, during, or after your arrest.
If you have been arrested for methamphetamine possession, our experienced legal team is ready to help. Tim Flaherty has been serving locals, military personnel, and vacationers for over 14 years, and we are ready to put this considerable experience to work fighting for you.
Penalties for Methamphetamine Possession
According to Florida Statute § 893.13(6)(a), the actual or constructive possession of less than 14 grams of methamphetamine is a third degree felony. This means that if you are found with even trace amounts of methamphetamine on a baggie, you may be charged with a felony offense. If you are convicted of methamphetamine possession, you could face the following sentencing:
- Up to 5 years of probation
- Up to 5 years of prison
- Up to $5,000 in fines
- Mandatory, 2 year driver’s license suspension
Any of these penalties, plus the stigma of being convicted of meth possession, can have a devastating effect on an individual’s personal, financial, or professional life, which is why it’s so important for you to do everything you can to aggressively fight charges of methamphetamine possession. At Flaherty Defense Firm, we know what it takes to effectively counter these charges, and we are ready to fight for you.
Consult with a Fort Walton Beach Methamphetamine Possession Lawyer
At Flaherty Defense Firm, Fort Walton Beach methamphetamine possession lawyer Tim Flaherty understands how your methamphetamine possession charges are likely to be pursued and, as such, how to defend against them. Contact our experienced legal team today at (850) 243-6097 and learn more about what we are prepared to do for you.