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Miami Meth Crimes Lawyer

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Methamphetamine powerfully stimulates the central nervous system and may be used in the form of white powder, pills, or crystals. Users can become so addicted that they may commit crimes in order to get their hands on the drug, sometimes under the influence of the drug. Meth can cause observable physical changes, as well as mood changes and poor health. If you are charged with a crime related to meth, you should be aware that prosecutors take these crimes quite seriously. The Miami meth crimes attorney at The Hoffman Firm can evaluate your case and help you develop a defense strategy.

We’ll help you understand the legal processes and your options. Call us at (305) 928-1669 today if you are in Miami. Call 954-737-3004 if you are in Broward County.

Meth Crimes & Florida Law

Meth is a Schedule II drug under Florida Statute section 893.03(2)(c)(4), based on its potential for abuse and its restricted medical uses. Those who are discovered possessing less than 14 grams of meth can still be charged with a third degree felony, punishable by up to 5 years of imprisonment. And if you're caught with at least 14 grams of meth, you may be charged with meth trafficking, which carries mandatory minimum sentences upon conviction.

Sale or delivery of meth is criminalized under Florida Statute section 893.13(1)(a)(1). It is a second degree felony to sell or deliver meth. You can face 15 years in prison, 15 years of probation, and a $10,000 fine for sale of meth.

Meth Manufacturing

Meth manufacturing is illegal. Florida Statute section 893.02(15)(a) defines “manufacture” as producing, preparing, propagating, cultivating, compounding, growing, converting, or processing of a controlled substance, whether indirectly or directly.

You can be convicted of a second degree felony if a prosecutor can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you (1) intentionally or knowingly, (2) possessed a listed chemical that is used to make meth, (3) intending to illegally make meth or knowing or having reasonable cause to believe the listed chemical would be used to illegally make meth. A Miami lawyer knowledgeable in meth crimes defense can help you assert your rights if you are facing this kind of charge.

When children are present while you possess an essential chemical or while manufacturing meth, you can be charged under section 893.13(1)(g). Moreover, if making meth or trying to make meth happens in a structure or conveyance in which a child under age 16 is present, you can face a mandatory minimum sentence of 5 years in prison. A first degree felony can be charged where making meth causes a child under 16-years-old to suffer great bodily harm, and the result may be a 10-year mandatory minimum sentence.

Trafficking Charges

If you suspect you may be charged with meth trafficking, hire an experienced Miami meth crimes attorney right away. Your lawyer may be able to help you even before charges are filed. Meth trafficking convictions carry mandatory minimum sentences that are tiered based on how much meth is involved.

For trafficking 14-28 grams of meth, you face a mandatory minimum sentence of 3 years of imprisonment and a $50,000 fine. For trafficking 28-200 grams of meth, you may be sentenced to a mandatory minimum sentence of 7 years of imprisonment and a $100,000 fine. If you're caught with at least 200 grams of meth there's a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years of imprisonment and a $250,000 fine.

Capital Felony

Importing meth or the chemicals necessary for manufacturing it into Florida where the probable consequence of the importation is somebody's death is a capital felony. You may face life imprisonment or death and a $250,000 fine.

Consult a Tough Meth Crimes Attorney in Miami

Meth crimes are prosecuted aggressively in Miami because meth is considered very dangerous. Therefore, it is important to hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as you realize you are being investigated. Evan Hoffman of The Hoffman Firm closely examines meth crime charges to develop the strongest possible defense strategy.

To schedule a free consultation, call us at (305) 928-1669 for Miami, 954-737-3004 for Broward County, or contact us online.


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