Drug crimes occur on various levels. A person could be charged with a minor possession charge or they could face drug trafficking charges. While the penalties differ greatly in severity for these charges, the fact of the matter is that no matter what type of drug charges a person faces, they always have the right and ability to assert a strong defense against the charges.

Because Florida is tough on drug crimes, it is often the case that individuals facing such charges want to clear their name or reduce the charges. Allegations alone can have a significant impact of a person’s reputation. Whether you believe you were wrongfully charged or believe that an unlawful search and seizure occurred in your matter, it is vital that you take the time to understand your rights and options.

At Kaylor Law Group, our legal team is experienced at developing strong and strategic criminal defenses for our clients. Because a conviction means serious consequences for our clients, our law firm takes these matters seriously when assessing and evaluating their situation.

With over 40 years of experience, we understand how to poke holes in the states case. The prosecution may have an overwhelming amount of evidence collected against you, but our attorneys know ways to dwindle that down. Evidence may have been collected unlawfully, violating your constitutional rights. When that occurs, we take an aggressive approach to have that evidence dropped. If evidence cannot support the elements of the crime, then a defendant cannot be convicted of that crime.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s drug crimes web page. Whether this is your first drug charge or not, it is important to treat this situation seriously. By timely taking action, you have a better chance of asserting a strong defense to reduce or dismiss the charges against you.