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Monthly Archives: March 2024


Is It Possible for the State to Decline to Prosecute Your Drug Case?

By FL Drug Defense Group |

Sometimes criminal cases fizzle instead of ending with a definitive resolution.  The jury might be deadlocked and fail to reach a verdict, meaning that your future is still as uncertain as it was when you first entered a plea of not guilty.  The judge can even declare a mistrial in the middle of the… Read More »

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Brady Disclosures and Your Florida Drug Case

By FL Drug Defense Group |

Drug charges such as drug trafficking or possession with intent to distribute can lead to long prison sentences.  If the opportunity is available, many defendants take a plea deal that reduces the charges; spending three years in prison is no fun, but it is better than spending 20 years in prison.  If there is… Read More »

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The Drug Sting in the Glove Box

By FL Drug Defense Group |

For people who do not live in Florida, visiting the theme parks of Orlando is a once in a lifetime experience.  The Disney World you visit as an adult when you are an adult is every bit as gleefully overstimulating as you imagined it would be when you were a child.  For Floridians, the… Read More »

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You Can Tell Your Lawyer the Whole Truth During Your Drug Case

By FL Drug Defense Group |

The surest way to avoid incriminating yourself is to exercise your right to remain silent.  By not testifying in your own case, or by pleading the Fifth Amendment, you are providing the prosecution fewer opportunities to prove your guilt, which they must do thoroughly in order to get the jury to vote to convict… Read More »

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Lack of Criminal Intent in Drug Cases

By FL Drug Defense Group |

When police conduct a traffic stop and find a baggie of white powder in your car, leading you to get charged with drug possession, you can’t argue that it is a mistaken identity, that the person who was behind the wheel of the car where the drugs were found and whose name and picture… Read More »

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