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A Strong Defense Against Drug Possession Charges

A drug possession conviction can do irreparable harm to your rights, your reputation and your future. With so much on the line you cannot afford anything less than a fierce defense from a proven criminal defense attorney.

At The Law Offices of Justin Rickman, we can help insulate you from the damage of drug charges and protect your future from the criminal and collateral consequences such as fines, prison time, probation and a criminal record. Call our Clermont, Florida, office today at 352-394-2041 for a free consultation.

A Little Goes A Long Way

You do not need to be in possession of a truckload of drugs to be charged with drug possession. A charge can stem from any activity where drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamines, MDMA/molly, heroin or illegally obtained prescription drugs are present. Simply having a controlled substance nearby or under your control can result in possession charges that threaten to throw your life into chaos.

Drug Possession Penalties

Depending on the drug in question and the amount in possession, charges can be misdemeanor or felony in nature. Penalties can range from fines of $1,000 to $10,000 and incarceration up to 30 years in prison.

The collateral consequences of a conviction are long-lasting, most notably a criminal record that will haunt you whenever you undergo a background check for employment, housing or significant purchases. It may be impossible to quantify the amount of damage a conviction can do to your personal reputation and standing in your community.

Put A Proven Lawyer On Your Side

The time to act is now if you face felony or misdemeanor drug charges. Call 352-394-2041 or contact us online for a free consultation.