Constructive possession is one of the most common ways the State charges people with drug possession. What this means is the drugs don’t have to be in your physical possession (like in your pocket) if the State can prove you (1) exercised dominion and control over the drugs and (2) had knowledge of their presence. This commonly occurs when drugs are found in a car that is occupied by more than one person. The State can everyone in the car with possession. We have successfully argued for dismissal in cases where the State alleges constructive possession and we are prepared to do so for you. Call Murphy’s Law Offices today for a free consultation.
When you are charged with a crime, you want an AGGRESSIVE criminal defense attorney that will fight for your rights.
With prescription drug prices through the roof and the legalization of cannabis in some states, the business of transporting drugs has never been more profitable.
Any of these additional factors may result in enhanced charges and penalties. No matter the circumstances, you need an experienced, knowledgeable law firm to fight for you.
Do not make any statements because anything you say can and will be used against you. Even “I didn’t know it was there” can be twisted by police and may contradict a legal defense your attorney later asserts on your behalf.
Florida treats drug offenses as especially heinous and sentencing is harsh. Rest assured, the attorneys at Murphy’s Law Offices are prepared to fight for you.