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Possession with Intent To Sell Lawyer in Miami, FL

Have you been charged with possession with intent to sell in Miami, FL?

Miami, Florida has very strict laws when it comes to being charged with the crime of possession with intent to distribute. It is a necessity to retain the services of an attorney when being charged with intent to distribute drugs or narcotics.

What is the Difference Between Drug Possession and Possession With Intent to Sell?

Law authorities can charge an individual with drug possession with intent to distribute if they have illegal drugs or narcotics on them. The difference with the charges of possession and intent to sell is the amount of drugs that a person has on them or within their reach at the time that they were arrested. The most common drugs in Miami, Florida that individuals are charged with the intent to sell are marijuana, prescription drugs, heroin, and methamphetamine.

Is Drug Possession With Intent to Distribute a Serious Crime?

In Miami, Florida the crime drug possession with intent to sell is a serious crime and the accused will undoubtedly have to face a prosecution that is going to do everything in their power to make sure that the charges stick. The sooner that a lawyer who has experience in handling cases of intent to distribute is retained to help defend you or someone you know against the charges of possession with intent to distribute, the better chance you have in a court of law.

What Evidence Will Authorities Use to Charge an Individual With Intent to Sell?

The evidence that law enforcement authorities may have to prove an individual’s possession with intent to distribute are as followed:

  • The defendant making statements admitting that he or she had intent to sell drugs.
  • The manner in which the drugs or narcotics were packaged.
  • Drug paraphernalia such as scales or baggies being present during the time of the arrest.
  • U. S. currency being present at the location of the arrest either on the defendant or near by the defendant.
  • Firearm or another type of weapon being present during the time of the arrest.
  • The quantity of drugs found during the time of the arrest.

In Miami, Florida an individual who is charged with possession with intent to sell will face either misdemeanor or felony charges. There is no doubt that charges of intent to distribute are much more serious than a mere possession of drugs or narcotics charge.

What Are Possible Punishments an Individual Can Face When Being Charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute?

The following are possible charges under Florida law if that person will be suspect to if they are charged with intent to distribute drugs:

  • Less then 20 grams of cannabis-1st degree misdemeanor
  • More then 20 grams of cannabis-3rd degree felony
  • Possession of a controlled substance-3rd degree felony
  • Possession of more then 20 grams of heroin-1st degree felony
  • Possession of an unlawful chemical-2nd degree felony
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia-1st degree misdemeanor

*The above charges can change if a person who was charged with possession with intent to sell is in close proximity to either a school zone or some type of place of worship.

In order for a state prosecutor to prove that a defendant had intent to distribute drugs they do not need to catch the person in the act of actually selling drugs but instead prove beyond a reasonable doubt that an individual had the clear intention to sell drugs. Being charged with possession with intent to sell is a much more serious crime than possession.

If you or someone you know have been charged with possession with intent to distribute an experienced attorney will be able to give you the best chances at having the charges reduced or dropped. Attorneys with experience in intent to sell cases will be able to give you the proper advice and representation needed in a court of law. 

Give Galanter Law a call today 305-440-4006 to schedule your free consultation! We’re here to help navigate you through this process.

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