In 2015, legalization of marijuana in Florida was brought to a vote. While the vote fell short of the required amount needed to legalize cannabis usage in the state, either medical or recreational, there was a strong amount of support for legalization.
In past years, supporters of legalized marijuana thought the measure would pass. However, it fell short once again in 2015. The good news for supporters, however, is more and more Florida residents seem to support legalization, especially of medical marijuana use.
The group plans to try again in 2016 to pass the legalized medical marijuana usage referendum.
At Delgado & Romanik, our lawyers advocate on behalf of those who have been charged with marijuana charges. In most cases, especially on a first offense, these are misdemeanor charges. They can still have a significant impact on your record, however.
Our attorneys work with prosecutors and law enforcement to achieve the best possible outcome in the situation and make sure the charge has as little impact as possible on your future. Whether you agree with the law or not, a conviction on your record can hurt your chances at certain opportunities, from scholarships to job opportunities.
Our firm represents individuals facing all types of pot and edible charges, including:
If you have been charged, call our Daytona Beach firm today to learn your options and how we can protect your future. Call 386.222.6677. We have law offices in Daytona Beach and DeLand.