Over 35 Years of Defending
Those Who Have Been Accused of Crimes
Fort Lauderdale Drug Crimes Attorney
We Can Take Point on Your Defense - Call 954-763-9211
Any drug crime is serious, but when you are being charged for a federal drug time, you face much harsher consequences and much more aggressive prosecution. The federal government vigorously pursues federal drug crime convictions. They have seemingly bottomless resources at their disposal and will come at you hard if your case goes to trial. You need an aggressive Fort Lauderdale drug crimes lawyer to go head-to-head with the prosecution in your defense.
Randall Haas is a criminal defense attorney serving Florida who has been defending clients facing federal drug charges for more than three decades. The Law Offices of A. Randall Haas has earned a strong reputation for successfully resolving the cases of my federal drug crimes clients.
Penalties for Drug Possession in Florida
These penalties include:
- Jail or prison time
- Permanent mark on your criminal record
- Community service
- Lack of access to employment opportunities, financial aid, and other life opportunities
The best way to build a strong defense is by contacting an experienced drug lawyer as soon as you possibly can. Your attorney will need to thoroughly investigate the facts and evidence in your case to increase the chances of you getting your charges reduced or even dismissed.
Our team can thoroughly analyze the initial encounter or stop with the police to see if there were any errors in the search of your person, home, or vehicle that led to your arrest. If there was an illegal search and seizure of evidence, our Fort Lauderdale drug crime defense lawyer will work to get that evidence removed.
Initial consultations at The Law Office of Randall A. Haas are offered at no charge. Call 954-763-9211 or contact us online today.
Why The Law Office of A. Randall Haas?
Over 35 Years
Hundreds of Successful
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