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Tampa Methamphetamine Charges Attorney

Drug addiction continues to remain a serious issue in American society. Because of this, the penalties for drug-related offenses can be especially harsh. In some regions, like Florida, crimes that involve methamphetamine (meth) are quite common. If you are arrested and convicted with possession of controlled substances such as meth, then you will be facing dire consequences. These may include fines, incarceration, and a criminal record that will haunt you for life. In the future, whether you apply for a job, obtain a loan or get housing, your past criminal record will be a hindrance. Omar Abdelghany is an expert on handling such cases; he operates in Tampa Bay, Florida. You can contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation with a Tampa Methamphetamine charges attorney.

Tampa, Florida Attorney Handling Cases Involving Methamphetamine or “Meth” The State of Florida classifies controlled substances such as crystal meth and methamphetamine under schedule II category. A third-degree felon, i.e., the convicted person may face incarceration for up to five years and a penalty of $5000 in fines. However, if the total weight of the product exceeds 14 grams, then the defendant will be charged with drug trafficking and could face a mandatory minimum sentence. If the narcotic is taken across state lines, then the accused may also face federal criminal charges.

These cases of methamphetamine usually commence with the accused apply for an appeal of ‘not guilty,’ and the judge will schedule a trial for a future date. It is possible when the judge has found a probable cause supporting the charges. However, cases involving meth often depend on facts, such as how the evidence was obtained. Does the law scrutinize whether the evidence taken into custody by the law enforcement agency violated the constitutional rights of the defendant or not? If the agencies are found guilty of such violation, the defense lawyer will file a motion to suppress the evidence. If a dismissal or negotiation is not obtained, then the case will be taken to trial. A jury will decide the issue of guilt or innocence. These matters can involve complicated constitutional and evidentiary issues. It is important to retain experienced counsel.

If you are looking for someone who takes care of your case personally, Omar is here to help. Dealing with a meth-related charge is already quite stressful, and getting stuck with a lawyer who does not answer your calls can only make matters worse for you. However, you will not have to face such issues when you have Omar by your side as your lawyer.

If you live in Sarasota, Largo, Lakeland, and the surrounding areas, get in touch with Omar right now for a passionate representation of your case.

Tampa Attorney Providing Quality Representation to Florida Defendants

Whether you have questions about the meth crime laws in general or want to get more information about your case, you can message or call Omar to have him instantly respond to you. You will never find yourself lost when he is taking care of the legal matters on your behalf. Call us today for your first consultation and primary evaluation of the case.

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