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Orlando Marijuana Possession Defense Attorney

As law enforcement across the state of Florida cracks down on drug offenses, police conduct an increasing volume of stops and searches for drugs, including marijuana.

Many times, individuals are intimidated into consenting to a search or admitting to information that may be incriminating. It is important that you know your rights and do not allow any investigation or line of questioning that violates your civil rights in these situations.

When such violations occur, though, I am here to fight for your rights.

Seminole County Lawyer for Drug Possession Charges

I will carefully review the process that was used to stop you and search for drugs. I know what to look for, and I will find common police inconsistencies and improper actions that may have violated your rights.

I am particularly interested in these cases and, I can negotiate a fair sentence for clients, particularly for first offenders with no prior history. People don't leave their life experience and common sense at the door of the courtroom. I have a lot of experience representing many people in drug and alcohol related offenses, as well as other criminal defense cases. I will put that depth of experience to work for you.

Orlando Marijuana Possession Defense Lawyer

I provide each client a free initial consultation. I also provide payment plans for your convenience, and major credit cards are accepted.

I understand just how important your case is to you and, as your attorney, I am committed to providing it the attention it deserves. Phone calls are answered around the clock, and I remain readily available for answers and information.

To arrange a free initial consultation, please call today at 407-843-9411.

Office Location

The Law Offices of Scott L. Richardson, P.A.
200 East Robinson St., Suite 1150
Orlando, FL 32801

Phone: 407-843-9411
24/7 Phone: 407-739-9411
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