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Miami Possession with Intent Attorneys

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In Florida, a person possessing drugs for personal use can be charged with simple possession. It is possible that law enforcement may believe you intend to sell or distribute the drugs you possess — before a transaction is made. A felony conviction for possession with intent to distribute or sell may result in a harsher penalty.

If you have been accused of possession with intent to distribute or sell, our lawyers are ready to protect your rights, freedom, and reputation. Our legal team has over 50 years of experience and will do everything in our power to help you obtain the best possible result.

What Is the Difference Between Simple Possession & Possession with Intent to Sell?

The term “sell” means transferring or delivering an item to someone else in exchange for money or something of value. Law enforcement officers may determine if a suspect is attempting to sell drugs simply by being in possession of a certain amount of drugs, carrying large amounts of cash, and/or possessing certain items, such as a weight scale or small baggies.

Possession with intent is generally a felony offense. For instance, possession of cocaine with intent to sell is a second-degree felony, which carries a maximum 15-year prison sentence. Possession of marijuana with intent to sell is a third-degree felony, punishable by a prison term of up to five years.

Our attorneys can review your case, determine all your legal options, and help you get the most favorable results possible. Do not hesitate to hire an experienced and knowledgeable defense team if you are being charged with possession with intent to distribute or sell.

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