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Florida vigorously prosecutes those caught with trafficking drugs. The media often portrays drug trafficking charges as exclusive to criminal masterminds, but that’s not the case. These crimes carry mandatory minimum prison sentences because of their severity. Furthermore, the police can seize your home, vehicle, or cash if they believe they are connected to the crime.

If Florida authorities charge you with drug trafficking, The Law Office of David A. Webster, P.A. stands ready to defend your rights, reputation, and future. Our Seminole County criminal defense lawyers bring over 30 years of combined experience, having managed thousands of cases. The Webster Law Office knows how to either dismiss your case entirely or reduce your charges.


Is Selling Drugs a Felony in Florida?

In Florida, selling drugs is a felony, and the degree can increase depending on the drug and where you are selling the drugs. In addition, selling cocaine is generally a second-degree felony with a maximum of 15 years in prison. Selling marijuana, prescription drugs, and most other controlled substances is a third-degree felony with a maximum prison sentence of 5 years. Consequently, selling drugs within 1,000 feet of a church or school can elevate the charge by one degree. First-degree felonies can result in a prison sentence of up to 30 years. A prison sentence can further harm those struggling with addiction. However, most judges understand this and often prefer to offer rehabilitation programs instead of prison sentences if the defendant agrees.


Florida Drug Trafficking Laws

Current Florida law defines drug trafficking as having the intent to sell, deliver, purchase, possess, manufacture, or transport a specific amount of a controlled substance. Each drug has a different minimum amount that triggers trafficking charges. Depending on the situation, you might face jail time or fines.

The following quantities are the minimum thresholds required to bring a drug trafficking charge in Florida:


At the present time, penalties for the minimum amounts of drugs include a maximum prison sentence of three years and fines of up to $50,000.


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Our legal team can thoroughly review your case and determine your legal options to obtain the most favorable outcome possible. So, do not risk facing these severe consequences without experienced and skilled legal representation.

We encourage you to contact The Law Office of David A. Webster, P.A. as soon as possible to learn more about your case and how we can help you: 407-862-9222.