Strong Defense Against Serious Drug Crime Charges
The public perception in many places throughout the country is that drug crimes are less of a big deal than they were in the past. Indeed, many states have changed their drug laws to legalize marijuana. However, drug crimes are still considered significant in Florida. The crime laws are harsh and the penalties, severe. Of course, possession of small amounts of less dangerous drugs like marijuana is not considered as serious as it once was, more serious drug crime convictions result in significant fines and jail time, as well as a ruined reputation.
Attorney Rashad A. Green provides sound criminal defense solutions against all types of serious drug crime charges. Rashad Green Firm, P.A., serves clients throughout Tampa and Tallahassee, Florida. When you work with the firm, you will benefit from attorney Green’s knowledge and experience. As a former prosecutor, he understands the criminal justice process inside and out, and he knows how to win these cases. He has provided successful criminal defense representation for many clients, and he will fight to help you avoid prison and protect your future.
Handling A Range Of Drug Crime Cases
The firm represents clients in drug crime matters that include:
- Possession with intent
- Possession of paraphernalia
- Prescription drug crimes
Rashad Green Firm, P.A., focuses on high-stake, major drug crimes. If you have been charged with trafficking or possession of large amounts of drugs, Mr. Green can fight for you and help you minimize the damage these charges will have on your life.
Felony Drug Crimes
Felonies are, by definition, more serious crimes than misdemeanors. Felony drug crimes are the most serious drug crimes with the harshest penalties for convictions. Rashad Green has the knowledge and experience to handle felony drug cases of all kinds, to protect your rights in the courtroom.
If your medical marijuana card has expired, you may find yourself being charged for marijuana possession. If the prosecutor believes the THC in question is synthetic, it can mean fighting a felony charge instead of a misdemeanor. Mr. Green has experience fighting these unfair legal distinctions and isn’t afraid to defend clients who have been charged.
It is particularly important to fight against felony charges, because it is illegal for someone convicted of a felony to own a firearm in Florida. For many of us, the right to own and potentially carry a firearm is extremely important. If you are charged with a felony drug crime and your gun rights are important to you, make sure you fight against the charges aggressively.