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Marijuana Charges – Legal Trouble in Florida

Treasure Coast Marijuana lawyer

Marijuana is the most frequently used illegal substance in Florida and the United States. Although states throughout the country have amended their laws regarding marijuana, Florida’s marijuana laws remain particularly harsh. Charges and convictions can lead to severe punishments, including both criminal punishments and additional indirect consequences.

One of the most severe consequences of a marijuana offense is its effect on your ability to legally drive. A conviction for any marijuana charge under Florida law will result in a six-month driver’s license suspension. Other indirect consequences may include being unable to obtain certain financial aid for educational purposes and public housing.

Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, and Vero Beach, Florida Marijuana Defense Attorney

Marijuana offenses should be taken seriously. Even if you believe that possession of cannabis should be legal, Florida laws still make possessing the drug in any form a crime. If you are facing any sort of marijuana charges, it is important to hire an attorney who will defend your charges aggressively.

Charles Shafer has defended various drug-related charges throughout Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties. He will fight for your rights. Mr. Shafer understands how important it is to fight the criminal charges and keep your driver’s license, especially in areas with little or no public transportation. Let him use his 35 years of experience as a marijuana defense lawyer to handle your case and work hard to get the best possible result.

Charles Shafer, Attorney at Law, PLLC represents clients throughout the Treasure Coast and beyond, including Port St. Lucie, Stuart, Vero Beach, Okeechobee, Fellsmere and Sabastian. Call (772) 467-2601 to schedule a free consultation.

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