Defending You From Drug Charges In Central Florida

Most criminal drug cases involve search and seizure issues, the actions of informants and undercover detectives, and criminal forfeitures. As a result, several factors must be considered when evaluating whether evidence should be suppressed, whether officers had probable cause to make an arrest and whether there is enough evidence to justify seizing property and freezing bank accounts.

At the office of Damore, Delgado & Romanik , our lawyers understand how drug crime investigations and cases are put together. We know what to look for to suppress evidence, how to discredit informants, and how to block attempts to seize assets and take property. Our approach is aggressive and thorough, examining all aspects of your arrest, from whether reasonable suspicion existed to stop you to any violation of your Fourth Amendment constitutional rights.

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If you are facing drug charges, call us at 386-492-8694. In a free consultation, an attorney at our firm can review your case and discuss possible defense strategies with you. We have law offices in Daytona Beach, DeLand and Altamonte Springs.

Drug Crimes And Our Criminal Law Practice

We handle a variety of state and federal drug crimes involving all types of crimes involving drugs, including:

  • Marijuana
  • Powdered cocaine
  • Cocaine rock (crack)
  • Methamphetamine (meth)
  • Heroin
  • Percocet
  • OxyContin
  • Ecstasy
  • Other illegal and regulated substances

Drug Crimes — Understanding The Penalties You Face

Our attorneys represent clients charged with the types of crimes associated with these drugs, such as drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, drug dealing or possession with intent to sell, and trafficking, among others. The punishments for these crimes depend on the amount of the drug (in weight) and the intention of the individual. Consequences for a felony drug crime conviction can include harsh, mandatory minimum incarceration or large fines and forfeiture of assets, including your car, house and bank accounts; a charge of intent to distribute a drug like meth can carry a 20-year sentence and fines of up to $1 million.

License Issues

If you are convicted of even a low-level drug crime, you may be concerned with a range of issues involving your driver's or professional license. The loss of a license may have a drastic impact on you and your career. Our firm is experienced with advising clients on these types of issues.

To discuss a drug crime case in Florida, contact Damore, Delgado & Romanik for a free consultation with a lawyer.