Despite the January legalization of medical marijuana in the state of Florida, Miami appears to have made little adjustments to prepare for the legal distribution of marijuana for medical purposes. Throughout the city of Miami, officials are still debating on the legality of medical marijuana distribution in the city.
Despite a 70 percent positive vote on the legalization of medical marijuana, and the possibility of an economic boost to Miami’s economy, Miami officials remain skeptical. Amendment 2, which legalized the sale of medical marijuana throughout the state of Florida, has left Miami officials at a standstill, and the City of Miami appears unprepared for the July 3rd deadline for Florida Legislators to make specific rules on the distribution of the drug.
Attorney for Drug Offenses in Miami, Florida
Following the legalization of medical marijuana, recreational marijuana remains illegal under Florida law. If you were charged with possession of a controlled substance in the city of Miami, your time to act is limited. The moment you are arrested for a criminal offense, the prosecution is working hard to create a case against you. At this time, you need a skilled Miami criminal defense attorney on your side to develop an excellent defense strategy and fight for your rights.
If you or someone you know has been charged with a criminal offense in the state of Florida, act now to avoid serious legal consequences. Call The Hoffman Firm at (305) 928-1669 today. At The Hoffman Firm, we are prepared to take on your case and advocate on your behalf. Call now to schedule your no-obligation consultation.