Florida Meth Possession Defense Lawyers

Law enforcement and Florida courts take a hard stance against meth possession charges. If you are accused of possessing methamphetamines, also known as speed or ice, you are facing serious consequences. Most convictions involving methamphetamines are felonies under Florida drug laws, with a maximum prison sentence of five years, $5,000 in fines, probation, suspension of driver’s license, and the label of a convicted felon for life.

If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges relating to the possession or dealing of meth, the attorney you choose is critically important. You need an experienced and resourceful criminal defense attorney by your side who is determined to take every measure to defend you and protect your rights.

Florida Meth Possession Defense LawyersThe criminal defense lawyers at the Kramer Law Firm represent clients in Seminole and Orange Counties and throughout Central Florida who are charged with meth possession crimes. Our firm has vast experience successfully fighting for the rights of juveniles and adults accused of criminal drug possession on both federal and state charges.

Speak with an experienced Florida attorney at our firm today.
Call 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376)
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We can schedule your initial meeting promptly to discuss your rights and how to best approach the case.

Defend Your Rights in Meth Possession Charges

Some lawyers in Florida instinctively opt for the plea bargain option. That may be the right option in some cases; however, a good criminal defense attorney will have the knowledge and insight necessary to identify effective defense options and fight the charges.

When it is appropriate to take your case to trial, our attorneys are prepared to raise an exhaustive defense, using expert testimony, private investigators and any other appropriate resources to assert a "not guilty" verdict.

If a plea agreement is the best option in a case, our defense lawyers can negotiate with the court to seek alternatives to prison that focus on rehabilitation rather than punishment.

How Our Florida Meth Possession Defense Attorneys Will Help

When you contact the Kramer Law Firm, we can begin immediately to protect and defend you in the following ways:

  • Investigate your arrest and potentially retain a private investigator to determine whether police made errors that can work in favor to your defense.
  • Probe to determine whether the police collected evidence of meth possession legally and whether the prosecution can prove all the essential elements in your case.
  • Keep you informed and in control and walk you step by step through what you need to do and when you need to do it.
  • Leverage subtleties of the law to work for you. For instance, prosecutors often rely on something called “constructive possession” theory, when they find meth or other controlled substances in a home or automobile. Even if prosecutors can show that illegal drugs were in your car or home, that does not mean they belonged to you. Maybe you had no idea they were even there.
  • Help you qualify for alternative programs, like Drug Court, which offers outpatient monitoring and therapy. The program has generous guidelines. For instance, even if you test positive for drugs while you're in the program, you can often still remain in the program. After you finish, the State of Florida will wipe your record clean and give you a fresh start.
  • Most drug cases in Florida don’t make it to trial. But if trial is the right option, we will not hesitate to do what it takes to get you a just outcome. The Kramer Law Firm has prepared and defended many cases for trial regarding meth possession charges in Orlando and throughout Central Florida.

A Respected, Motivated Team of Orlando Meth Possession Defense Attorneys

Whether your son got arrested for meth possession, or you stand accused of a complex drug conspiracy charge involving many other drugs such as ecstasy, heroin, marijuana or illegal prescription drugs, the Kramer Law Firm can help you address the unique issues of your case and strive to get you an excellent outcome.

Contact us for immediate help with allegations of methamphetamine possession: call 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376). This toll-free call can initiate a free and confidential consultation about your charges, and puts you under no obligation. We can arrange evening appointments, and we accept major credit cards and provide payment plans.

Altamonte Springs Office
999 Douglas Avenue
Suite 3333
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
407.834.4847
Downtown Orlando Office
37 N. Orange Avenue
Suite 500b
Orlando, FL 32801
407.339.0269
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