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A Trafficking Conviction is a Minimum Mandatory Prison Sentence

»  If you've been charged with trafficking Xanax, oxycodone, cannabis or other controlled substances, it's imperative that you consult with an experienced drug crime lawyer immediately. A trafficking conviction requires a minimum mandatory prison sentence and should not be taken lightly. 

»  We understand that this is a stressful period in your life. While you are under the pressure of prosecution, we do not seek to place you under financial stress. That's why all consultations are free, and we provide affordable payment plans that accommodate to your budget. Call us now to discover how we've successfully defended hundreds of cases in which charges have gotten reduced, dismissed or the case has reached the best possible result.

Have you been arrested for possession of a prescription drug?

If you've been arrested for the possession of a controlled substance for one or more of the following drugs such as oxycodone, adderall, xanax, and other prescription medication, there may be several defense options available for you. One that may apply to you is possessing a prescribed pill outside of its container isn't necessarily a crime. Contact us now to find out how we can protect your rights against the penalties for a possession of a controlled substance.

Can I be charged for a controlled substance not in my possession?

Yes, this is referred to as constructive possession, which describes a situation in which you do not necessarily have the drugs on your person, but do have dominion and control over them. For instance, if police officers find drugs in your home or car, then you can be charged with possession.


Even if you're charged with possession doesn’t mean that prosecution can make the charge stick. Drugs found in your car or home by law enforcement is not enough to convict you with a proper legal defense. Factors such as how many people in the car, who had access to the car, the location of the vehicle, are important factors to consider when putting together a defense for your case.

What if someone planted drugs in my car or home?

Without legal guidance, it can be difficult to prove how the drugs appeared in your possession. Since you are the owner of the vehicle or home in question, the burden of proof falls back on you to develop factors in your favor. In situations like this, it’s urgent that you contact an experienced drug crime attorney to help guide you through your options before settling for the wrong choice. When it comes to protecting your rights, it is also imperative to note that remaining silent is not a defense and can be used against you.

Orlando Drug Crime Lawyers - Available 24/7

Drug crimes carry severe penalties and shouldn't be taken lightly. The lawyers at The Law Offices of Matthews R. Bark, P.A. have a proven record of producing results in a timely and cost-effective manner. Contact us online, or by telephone toll-free at (407) 865-8888 to receive the legal guidance that your case deserves.

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