If law enforcement infiltrated your meth lab, marijuana grow house, or other base of manufacture, you are likely facing years of prison and expensive fines if convicted. When so much is at stake, it is critical to hire an experienced and aggressive drug defense lawyer immediately. Any attorney may be capable of handling simple drug possession charges or charges for intent to sell/distribute. However, it takes an attorney with exceptional skill and confidence to defend clients facing charges for drug manufacturing or distribution.
The Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz, P.A., offers the experience, knowledge and commitment you need to handle such serious drug charges. Our attorneys have years of experience defending clients facing high-profile criminal law matters throughout Central Florida. Contact our Orlando narcotics defense lawyers to discuss your case.
Under Florida drug laws, drug manufacturing may involve the actual manufacture or cultivation of illegal drugs, such as heroin, methamphetamines, crack cocaine or other drugs. However, it may also involve possession or distribution of the chemicals used for the manufacture of such drugs, such as ephedrine or pseudo ephedrine, or other chemicals.
The evidence collected by law enforcement in a search and seizure is often the most significant evidence the prosecution has in drug manufacturing and distribution cases. The prosecution may use the weight of the drugs (including the weight of any roots, seeds, capsules or chemicals to manufacture drugs) to establish a basis for serious drug charges. The level of offense and potential sentence will rely heavily upon this information.
Therefore, our Orlando narcotics defense lawyers use vigorous defense strategies to attack the evidence collected. We investigate the tactics used by law enforcement, including their methods for obtaining evidence and questioning you about the case. If evidence was collected illegally, such as through an illegal wire tap, an invalid traffic stop, an illegal search and seizure, or an illegally obtained statement (Miranda Rights violation), we submit motions to suppress this evidence from the record. Without this evidence, the prosecution's case against you will likely be significantly weakened.
Contact The Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz, P.A. to consult with an experienced drug manufacturing defense lawyer at our firm during a free consultation. Call our Orlando law office at (407) 901-5852.
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