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If you are currently facing criminal charges for a drug crime anywhere in Miami, Florida, your first step must be to speak with an aggressive Miami drug crime attorney. At the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A., the legal team completely understands your rights and options at this time. The firm puts in the efforts, investigating, and challenging necessary to help you obtain the best possible outcome.
How Can An Experienced Attorney Help Against My Narcotics Offense?
A drug crime is a criminal offense that involves a controlled substance, a substance regulated by the government. Contacting an experienced Miami drug crime lawyer immediately following an arrest is crucial to the success of your case. If you are to have the greatest opportunity for a positive case outcome and avoiding maximum penalties for whatever type of drug crime you may have been accused of, you must call now.
Types of Drug Charges We Defend Against
Our firm can handle a number of specific criminal offenses related to substances controlled by state or Federal law. These offenses may involve illegal narcotics such as cocaine or heroin as well as prescription drugs such as Vicodin or OxyContin.
Drug Charges We Can Assist With:
- Drug Cultivation & Grow Houses
- Drug Distribution
- Drug Paraphernalia
- Drug Smuggling
- Drug Trafficking
- Manufacturing of Drugs
- Marijuana Possession
- THC Concentrates
- Drug Possession
- Prescription Fraud
- Search & Seizures
Learn more about how Attorney Michael Mirer can help with your drug charge:
Call (800) 798-0243 to schedule an appointment with our drug crime attorney in Miami at Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. today.
When Is a Drug Crime a Federal Offense?
Although the specific circumstances of your case will affect your charges, drug crimes are typically charged as federal offenses when the defendant is accused of a crime involving large amounts of an illegal or controlled substance or if they are accused of transporting drugs across state or national borders.
Penalties for Drug Charges in Florida
The penalties which may be imposed upon a conviction for a drug crime vary widely depending on the nature of the offense, the offender's past criminal record and the type and amount of drugs involved. Although the nature of a drug crime case and the potential charges and penalties that a defendant may face will differ on a case-to-case basis, one constant remains. Do not go into battle without an aggressive defense strategy put into play!
Both Florida State and Federal laws enforce harsh penalties for drug crime convictions, and it will take dedicated representation and aggressive defense strategies to effectively handle your case. Prosecutors will try to penalize you according to the highest extent of the law. With an effective defense in place, you may not have to experience the heavy hand of the law. Protect your rights & call today: (800) 798-0243
Featured Case Results From Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A.
Drug Trafficking: REDUCED CHARGES
Client was arrested and charged with Trafficking in Cocaine. Client was facing a 7 year mandatory prison sentence. Mr. Mirer was able to convince the state that the case was weak and to reduce the charges to possession with intent. The client received probation and was not sentenced to jail.
Why Choose the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. for Your Defense?
Involving an experienced Miami drug crime lawyer such as Michael Mirer is essential if you are to be sure that your Constitutional rights and interests will be well-protected through the legal process. Whether this is your first time possession charge or have a criminal record, you need professional legal help.
Benefits of Choosing Our Firm:
- Former Prosecutor who understands all facets of the criminal justice system.
- Experienced litigator who has handled more than 100 trials in every level of court.
- Reputable defense attorney who has a spotless standing before the Bar Association.
- Aggressive advocate who knows prosecutors, judges, and police officers throughout Miami-Dade County and Florida courts.