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Drug Possession

Drug possession crimes will result in misdemeanor or felony charges depending on the type and quantity of the drugs. Different forms of possession carry different penalties. For example, possession of a small quantity of marijuana is a misdemeanor, whereas possession of a large quantity of marijuana with intent to sell or distribute will qualify as a felony charge. These charges carry large fines and significant jail time. Additionally, a background check that reveals a drug possession charge may make it difficult to acquire certain jobs, receive loans, and apply for student aid. A drug possession conviction may even result in the loss of your driving privileges.

Marijuana, methamphetamines, cocaine, LSD, ecstasy, and heroin are just a few examples of illegal substances that if found in your possession could result in a drug possession charge. In some cases, drug paraphernalia containing trace quantities of the above drugs may also lead to drug possession charges. Even possession of raw chemicals commonly used in the production of some drugs can lead to drug possession charges.

The Law Office of Terrance R. Rooth, P.A., is ready and willing to assist you with your drug possession case, no matter how large or small the charges are. You have rights too. We will evaluate all details associated with your case, will assess the arresting process to confirm probable cause, and will scrutinize the collection of evidence and testimony in an attempt to uncover any wrongdoing on the prosecution’s part.

Remember that you have the right to remain silent. Always request the presence of your attorney prior to any questioning. We can also provide information to help you to secure bond prior to your initial court hearing so that you can enjoy the comfort of your home and the support of your family and friends while awaiting your trial.

A drug possession conviction may have a significant impact on the rest of your life, but quality, experienced legal representation—like the services offered by attorney Terrance R. Rooth—can help you to avoid or lessen the charges and the resulting penalties.

Speak to an attorney NOW! Contact us for a completely FREE consultation with an experienced former prosecutor. Call 407-514-2699 or send us an Email for immediate assistance with your criminal defense.

Our office is convenient to all of Central Florida, located in Orange County, close to Seminole County, and including Orlando, Winter Park, College Park, Apopka, Sanford, Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Ocoee, Winter Springs, Windermere, Oviedo, Longwood, Maitland and Eatonville.

We offer reasonable fees, flexible payment plans, and accept major credit cards.

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Terrance R. Rooth, P.A.

4767 New Broad Street
Orlando,FL 32814
Conviently located in Baldwin Park in the Suntrust Bank building.
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Phone: 407.514.2699
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