Drug crimes are some of the most aggressively prosecuted offenses in the U.S. legal system. While the majority of marijuana and cocaine charges are addressed at the state level, depending on the quantity of the drug and the particular crime you are charged with, you may be dealing with the federal government.
If you have been arrested on a drug charge, the best way to protect your rights is to retain a knowledgeable attorney. Contact me, Mark G. Rodriguez, P.A., in Tampa at (813) 227-9642 to arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
While I am prepared to represent you in a felony drug possession or trafficking charge, I also handle misdemeanor drug cases.
Tackling a Drug Charge
If you are arrested and charged with a drug-related crime, it is important to hire an attorney. Don’t speak to the police or anyone else unless you consult with your lawyer first. In some instances, a felony charge can be reduced to a misdemeanor, and it may possible to have a misdemeanor dismissed. The main goal is to analyze the specifics of your case and identify whether a plea negotiation is possible.
Prescription drugs, including Oxycodone, Ketamine, Rohypnol (roofies), Vicodin, Percocet and Valium
If you are convicted of felony drug possession, intent to sell or trafficking, you could be facing multiple serious penalties, such as:
Jail or prison time
Fines and court fees
Driver’s license revocation
Loss of child custody
Now is the Time to Contact a South Tampa Attorney
If you don’t want to go to prison and you need help, now is the time to contact a lawyer. Call the Law Offices of Mark G. Rodriguez, P.A., at (813) 227-9642 or contact me online to arrange a free consultation with a Tampa felony drug possession attorney.