Determined Drug Crimes Defense Lawyers
Charged with or under investigation for a drug crime, such as drug possession or drug trafficking? Contact an experienced advocate today. If you have been charged with a federal drug crime or if you believe you are under investigation and may be a target of a grand jury investigation, you do not have time to wait to see what will happen next.
The law firm of Morse & Morse, LLC, offers the defense representation you need to protect your future. We will immediately begin preparing your defense to stay ahead of the prosecution. Contact our law office today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your drug charges.
Handling A Full Array Of Federal Drug Crimes
The drug laws cover several different types of drug offenses:
- Possession of drugs including marijuana, cocaine, crack cocaine, prescription pills, ecstasy/MDMA, and synthetic drugs, among others.
- Possession with intent to distribute
- Sale of drugs.
- Manufacture of drugs.
- Drug trafficking, including operating alleged “pill mills”
Today, the government is even charging people, including doctors with murder and manslaughter for overdose deaths in addition to serious drug charges.
Our attorneys have the experience and resources to prepare and execute a successful defense against such serious charges. Being charged with a federal drug crime may also result in the seizure and forfeiture of property, even if the person is never actually convicted of any offense. Any property that the government can show came from a drug-related crime can be forfeited. In addition, any property which was used or intended to be used to commit or facilitate such a crime can be forfeited.
Our lawyers are experienced in contesting forfeiture proceedings. Successfully defending a drug case requires an understanding of what the government has to prove to convict someone of this offense. It is also critical to determine whether any search that led to the discovery of drugs, currency or other evidence was legal. If the police violated a person’s rights, a judge may be required to suppress any evidence that was seized. There are several other potential defenses available to a person accused of a drug conspiracy or another federal drug crime. In some cases, an affirmative defense like entrapment or duress may be available and successful if diligently pursued.
Start Protecting Your Future And Your Rights
At Morse & Morse, LLC, in Palm Beach County, Florida, we dedicate our practice to defending the rights of the accused. From our office in West Palm Beach, Florida, our attorneys accept clients throughout Florida. Consult with an attorney to confidentially discuss your felony charges.