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Florida Statute 893 criminalizes possession with intent to distribute (also known as possession with intent to sell). Possession with intent to distribute means that in addition to a person having possession of the drugs

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Florida Statute 893 criminalizes possession with intent to distribute (also known as possession with intent to sell). Possession with intent to distribute means that in addition to a person having possession of the drugs ..

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on Florida drug laws, charges and drug defense strategies.

Florida has more drug charges per capita in the United States, and more drug crimes than any state except California. These laws can be divided into seven basic crimes: possession of a controlled substance; possession with intent to sell; sale, distribution or delivery of a controlled substance; drug trafficking, importation or smuggling; drug manufacturing or cultivation; possession of drug paraphernalia or manufacturing equipment; and forging or altering a prescription. Additionally, several Federal laws also create drug related crimes. These crimes include money laundering in connection with drug trade; organized drug trade; conspiracy to commit a drug crime; as well as tax offenses related to drug crime. If you have questions about a drug law or have been charged with a drug crime call our hotline now.

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