Florida drug laws include possession of a controlled dangerous substance, distribution or trafficking of a dangerous controlled substance, and manufacturing or cultivating an illegal drug. Florida classifies illegal drugs into five schedules. Schedule I drugs are most restricted and drug offenses involving schedule I drugs carry the harshest penalties. Convictions for drug offenses can be severe, especially for repeat offenders.
Being charged with a crime can be a daunting and stressful experience. A criminal conviction can have severe consequences. If you’ve been charged with a crime, your career, family, reputation, and freedom may all be at stake.
A DUI conviction can have severe consequences. If you have been charged with DUI in Florida, your family life, career, reputation, driver’s license, and freedom may all be at stake.
In Florida a traffic ticket can be a costly problem, most moving violations and traffic tickets come with a fine, which can lead to increased insurance premiums and even the suspension of a driver’s license, if the driver has exceed the Florida state point limit.
Suspended driver’s license can be a very big hassle in today’s mobile society. There are moving violations that can lead to having your driving privileges being revoked. The Department of Motor vehicles or court can temporarily withdraw your driving privilege. Driving while your license is suspended, (DWLS) is a serious traffic violation and can have major repercussions on your driving privilege. The following revoked or suspension groups are: