Sale/Delivery of Drugs

Sale/Delivery of Drugs

Under Florida law it is a crime to sell delivery or manufacture illegal drugs. Sale or delivery of illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine as prescription drugs such as Xanax, Roxicodone or Oxycodone is Second Degree Felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison and 15 years probation. Where you allegedly sold the drugs matters in cases involving the sale of illegal drugs. If you are accused of selling or delving drugs within 1000 feet of a school, church, or convenience store your charge could be upgraded to a first degree felony where you face the possibility of 30 years in prison and with a minimum mandatory sentence of 3 years in prison.

If you have been accused of selling or delivering drugs, it is important that you contact an attorney you can trust to aggressively defend you and analyze your case. If you hire Anthony Rickman he will review every aspect of your case to determine if the police violated your rights by unlawfully searching you, illegally questioning you, or entrapping you into committing the offense. Anthony will look at the evidence against you and how the state and police conducted their investigations. Often sale and delivery cases are made by confidential informants and undercover officers Anthony will exploit the defects in the State’s case, their witnesses, and the allegations to achieve a favorable outcome for you in court.

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Case Results

FELONY BATTERY CHARGE DISMISSED WITHIN DAYS OF ARREST

The Client was arrested and charged with felony Battery (Second or Subsequent Offense) after being involved in a violent altercation at a party with the alleged victim. Attorney Anthony Rickman provided evidence to the State
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BATTERY CHARGE DISMISSED

The Client was charged with Battery. The State entered a Nolle Prosse on the Charges.
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PASCO COUNTY DUI REDUCED TO RECKLESS DRIVING

The Client was arrested for DUI in Pasco County after law enforcement located the Client shortly after being involved in a hit and run crash and the Client appeared intoxicated. Even though the Client had
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