Most criminal drug cases involve search and seizure issues, the actions of informants and undercover detectives, and criminal forfeitures. As a result, several factors must be considered when evaluating whether evidence should be suppressed, whether officers had probable cause to make an arrest, and whether there is enough evidence to justify seizing property and freezing bank accounts.
At the office of Delgado & Romanik, our lawyers understand how drug crime investigations and cases are put together. We know what to look for to suppress evidence, how to discredit informants, and how to block attempts to seize assets and take property. Our approach is aggressive and thorough, examining all aspects of your arrest, from whether reasonable suspicion existed to stop you to any violation of your Fourth Amendment constitutional rights.
Oxycodone, as the generic form of OxyContin, is one of the most heavily prescribed drugs in Florida. Its popularity and addictive nature have also made it prevalent in the illegal drug trade. As a result, law enforcement has been cracking down on it and other prescription pain medications, in some cases even arresting people who have valid prescriptions.
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If you need a defense lawyer experienced in handling drug crimes, you've come to the right place. At the office of Delgado & Romanik, our lawyers understand how drug crime investigations and cases are put together. For instance, most criminal drug cases involve:
As a result, many factors must be considered when evaluating the following:
We know what to look for to suppress evidence, discredit informants, and block attempts to seize assets and take property. Our approach is aggressive and thorough; we examine all aspects of your arrest, from whether reasonable suspicion existed to stop you, to any violation of your Fourth Amendment constitutional rights.
If you are facing drug charges, call us now at 386-222-6677 or start your case online. In a free consultation with an experienced drug crime attorney, your lawyer will review your case and discuss possible defense strategies with you. Our law offices are conveniently located in Daytona Beach and DeLand. If you are currently in jail and cannot come to us, don't worry—we can come to you!
We handle a variety of state and federal drug crimes involving all types of crimes involving drugs, including:
With the increase of counterfeit prescription drugs in Florida, you may be facing even worse consequences if you are caught with a drug containing multiple substances, even if you had no knowledge that the drug was fake.
The reason for that is simple: No matter how small the amount of any one of the substances found in the pill may be, the government can charge you for that substance as if it made up the entire weight of the pill. Depending on the chemical composition of what you're arrested for and the total weight of the drugs police find, the consequences of those charges could be catastrophic to the future of your freedom.
If you or a loved one have been arrested in relation to a counterfeit prescription drug, call us immediately at 386-222-6677 so we can get started on your defense.
In certain cases, due to the current status of state and federal laws surrounding CBD, CBD and hemp-related products may be presumed by law enforcement to contain THC. As a result, consumers of CBD oil and hemp products should be aware that these products look, smell, feel, and will presumptively test positive for THC.
That means you can be arrested for the possession of CBD oil and hemp flower that you legally purchased!
Since you don’t need a medical marijuana card to possess CBD oil or hemp products, a person in possession of a product that looks exactly like a substance that most law enforcement officers view as a dangerous drug is extremely troubling. If you or someone you know has been arrested for cannabis possession or works in the CBD and hemp industry and needs legal assistance, please call us at 386-222-6677 so we can promptly begin defending your case.
Contrary to popular belief, THC and marijuana are still illegal in the State of Florida if you do not have a medical marijuana card. That includes vape pens, vaporizer pens, weed pens, etc. containing THC oil. In fact, possession of THC is treated as felony possession of marijuana. That means possession of THC oil without a medical marijuana card is a 3rd degree felony in Florida, punishable by up to 5 years in prison.
Other 3rd degree felony drug crimes include:
If you or a loved one are facing drug charges for possession of THC, THC oil, a vape pen, or a similar THC or marijuana charge, call us at 386-222-6677 or contact us online today. In a free consultation with one of our experienced drug crime lawyers, we will review your case and discuss how we may be able to help you overcome these charges.