STUART DRUG CRIME LAWYER
DEFENDING DRUG CRIMES THROUGHOUT MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Among the many kinds of criminal cases handled by our firm, we at Roegiers Law also assist individuals facing drug crime charges. These kinds of cases can be very serious and require the attention of a skilled and diligent Martin County drug crime lawyer. Our firm’s founder, Attorney Kathryn Roegiers, has a reputation for being a hard-hitting and dedicated advocate for clients facing criminal charges.
Depending on the kind and amount of drug found in your possession, you could be facing harsh penalties, including but not limited to:
- Jail time
- Two year driver’s license revocation
- Expensive fines
- A permanent criminal record
When you entrust your case to our firm, you can be sure that we will do whatever it takes to secure a positive outcome on your behalf. We believe your rights and future are worth fighting for, from start to finish. We are committed to carefully safeguarding your freedom.
STUART CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER WITH A PERFECT 10.0 SUPERB AVVO RATING
Attorney Roegiers is a former public defender who has tackled a wide range of criminal defense cases throughout her career, including the most complex. Whether you are facing state or federal charges, she can review the details of your case and create a results-driven strategy.
She is not afraid to challenge incriminating evidence and witness testimonies. She has a thorough understanding of the judicial system, which can prove to be invaluable to your situation. Backed by a perfect 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating, she is the kind of drug crime lawyer you want working on your case.
DRUG CRIMES WE HANDLE IN FLORIDA
Our Stuart criminal defense attorney has experience handling even the most complex drug cases, including:
DRUG POSSESSION IN FLORIDA
If you have been caught with controlled substances with the exception of marijuana, you may be facing felony charges under Florida law. The penalties can be harsh and if found to have intent to sell or distribute the drugs, you can also be charged with “possession with intent to sell.” This charge can include additional penalties.
Possible Penalties You Could be Facing:
- Up to 1 year in jail for a first-degree misdemeanor or up to 30 year in prison for a first-degree felony
- Mandatory Treatment
- Home Detention
- Up to $250,000 for a first-degree felony conviction
Don’t face your charges and possible penalties alone. Our attorney understands many complexities of Florida law when it comes to drug possession and is equipped to help you.
HAVE QUESTIONS? CALL US AT ROEGIERS LAW WITHOUT DELAY AT (772) 266-3088.
Being in the middle of a criminal investigation can be alienating and disheartening. We wish to guide you through this difficult moment. We can answer any of your questions and give you the counsel you need to face this situation with renewed confidence.
Accused and not sure what to do next? Tell us about your case during a FREE evaluation. Call (772) 266-3088 to request yours today.