Types of Illegal Drugs
Fort Lauderdale Drug Crime Lawyers Available 24/7
If you are facing criminal charges for the use of an illegal substance,
do not wait to align yourself with a Fort Lauderdale drug crime attorney.
In the face of such harsh charges, you’ll need an aggressive, proven
defense team on your side; at Parks & Braxton, PA, you’ll get
exactly that. Together, we have more than four decades of
criminal defense experience, and we’ve been successful in getting our clients’
charges reduced or dropped on countless occasions. We’re ready to
do the same for you.
Contact us today at (954) 519-2290 for a free consultation. We’re available
nights, weekends, and holidays to take your call.
Illegal Drugs vs. Legal Drugs – What’s the Difference?
How a drug is used – or, more specifically,
what the drug is used for – often determines whether or not its use is
considered legal. This distinction is particularly important when dealing
with prescription medications such as barbiturates used to alleviate anxiety,
or narcotic analgesics used for pain, or amphetamines used to treat attention
deficit disorder. When used as prescribed, these drugs are completely
legal. It’s when they are used (or abused) outside of their intended
use that legality comes into question. When the manufacture, sale, and
/ or use of certain legal drugs presents a danger to individuals, the
drugs may then be considered illegal. If you’re facing
drug crime charges for the illegal use of any of the following, contact us for help:
Whether you are facing charges for the
possession, distribution, or trafficking of an illegal substance, you’ll need
an aggressive defense lawyer on your side protecting your rights. The
severity of any consequences you incur will depend on your attorney’s
ability to effectively challenge the allegations made against you. At
Parks & Braxton, PA, we’ll examine every aspect of your drug
crime case and work to minimize your charges as much as possible. Factors
that will be taken into consideration (and factors that could affect the
significance of your consequences) include:
- The type of the controlled substance involved
- The amount of the controlled substance involved
- The location of the defendant’s arrest
- The defendant’s past criminal history
Facing Charges? Don’t Wait to Contact Us for Help.
At Parks & Braxton, PA, we are aggressive in our approach and proven
in our results. When you need immediate, steadfast defense against a drug
crime of any nature, we are the team to turn to for help. We represent
clients at both the state and federal level, so no matter what your case
entails, do not hesitate to contact us for help.
We can be reached at (954) 519-2290. Call now to schedule a free case consultation.