Drug charges cover a broad range of offenses, from the less severe, like simple possession of a small amount of certain drugs, to the more serious, such as drug trafficking or participation in an ongoing drug-related criminal enterprise to manufacture and distribute drugs. There are also white collar drug cases that involve doctors and pharmacists, or the business of. The federal government controls certain drugs and narcotics, hence the term controlled substances. Omar F. Guerra Johansson won an acquittal for a pharmacy owner who distributed controlled substances based on an internet questionnaire approved by a medical doctor with a face-to-face with the patient.


Fort Lauderdale Drug Attorneys Can Help:

  • Deal with law enforcement on your behalf
  • Create an effective defense strategy
  • Assist you BEFORE drug charges are filed

Searches & Seizures in Drug Cases

The police may legitimately search persons and property, and seize both persons and property, either with or without a warrant -. IF the circumstances justify their actions. If they act without probable cause, however, or exceed constitutional limitations on their actions, both searches and seizures may be deemed invalid and any resulting evidence may be tainted and thus inadmissible. If you have been charged with a drug-related crime and have questions about whether the police may have violated your search and seizure rights, contact our South Florida Fort Lauderdale Firm today at 954-745-7517 --- we can help.

 


Drug Treatment Versus Incarceration

If you or someone you know has been charged with a drug-related crime and you have questions about the options that may be available to you, contact Johansson and Lopez Attorneys.  We have a lot of connections in the community who may be able to help you and your loved ones.


Call Fort Lauderdale drug criminal lawyers today at 954-745-7517 or email us for your confidential consultation.  Feel free to also use the immediate chat feature on the bottom of the screen.