Florida law enforcement officials and state prosecutors alike, are extremely tough when it comes to drug crimes. In most cases there will be no leniency if you or a loved one has been arrested for, or charged with, a drug crime such as intent to sell & deliver. When you contact an Orlando drug defense lawyer from Ali & Blankner, we will be able to review your specific case, analyze and determine the best course of action to pursue, and advise you of your legal options. All of the attorneys at our firm are former prosecutors and have been representing the accused since 1986.
The attorneys at our firm have over 85 years combined experience representing clients in all manner of criminal law cases. Our firm's success record has earned us an AV Peer Review Rating and listing in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. The AV rating is the highest rating given and indicates excellence based on legal ability and general ethical standards.
There are many different factors which law enforcement takes into consideration in order to come to the conclusion that someone is in possession of illegal drugs, or controlled substances, with the intent to sell or deliver. Some of these factors include: how the drugs are packaged, what type of drugs are involved, the volume of drugs, if drug paraphernalia is present, if one party has a quantity of money, if a weapon is present, or if there is an admission of intent to sell & deliver.
Penalties for possession with intent to sell & deliver are obviously more severe than those for simple possession. Even though an individual may not be planning to sell or deliver the drugs in their possession, law enforcement officials may allege that there is intent, based solely on the volume, type or any other number of reasons. Your freedom and your future are at stake if you are facing charges of intent to sell & deliver. In order to protect and defend your rights, we strongly advise you to contact our firm as soon as possible after your arrest.
Drug crime convictions carry heavy penalties and fines. If you or a loved one has been charged with intent to sell & deliver, you need to contact an Orlando criminal defense attorney at our firm immediately.