Drug crimes are some of the most frequently prosecuted charges in Florida. The harsh penalties you are facing will have an extremely negative affect on your future if you don’t do anything to fight back. Unlawful possession, sale, distribution or trafficking of illegal substances is not taken lightly and the consequences that follow a conviction can be extremely harsh and unforgiving. No matter what type of drugs or the amount of drugs you were allegedly involved with, and whether you were in possession of the drug for recreational purposes or drug trafficking, the penalties can be severe and life altering.
To say the least, drug possession crimes in Florida can be very complex and are best addressed with the guidance of a drug defense attorney. Many consider Miami to be the illegal drug capital of the country, which means that the prosecutors in South Florida may be particularly fervent about prosecuting drug cases. The number of criminal defense attorneys claiming that they do drug defense cases is unlimited. It is essential to find an attorney who has a long past of defending clients who have been charged in one form or another with drugs- and who has had success. Jessica Mishali has succeeded in having drug cases dismissed by the State, including Drug Trafficking charges. She has also enjoyed several Not Guilty verdicts after trial, including three Not Guilty verdicts based on the defense of Entrapment.
When you’re convicted of a drug offense in Florida, you face harsh penalties and other negatively impacting long-term effects.
Some possible consequences you may experience include:
- Jail or prison sentence
- Expensive fines and court fees
- Drug abuse treatment
- Permanent criminal record and the stigma of being a convicted drug offender
- Loss of your immigration visa or green card/denial of your citizenship application
If you are charged with a drug crime in Florida, you need an attorney who knows how to get you the best possible result, either by Motion, trial or skillful negotiation. Call Jessica today at 954-865-1910.
It’s considered an extremely serious crime in the state of Florida to operate a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol. Many people are aware that the state’s legal limit for blood alcohol level is .08 and know that if you test over that limit you can be charged with DUI. However, you may also be charged even if you test under the legal limit, if you are pulled over after showing signs of impairment.
We handle cases and answer questions involving:
- First DUI
- Underage DUI
- Felony DUI
- Drugged Driving
- DUI Manslaughter
Jessica Mishali knows the complex strategies to challenge all of the DUI tests, the methods to challenge results of road side tests, and how to advance the defense of improper collection of evidence. You do not have to go through this alone; you need an experienced attorney by your side to guide you and defend you throughout the grueling process. Call Jessica today at (954) 865- 1910 for a free and confidential consultation about your case.