Drug Trafficking

Ensure You Have Dedicated Representation When Charged With Drug Trafficking

Drug Trafficking is a serious offense that carries minimum mandatory sentences that start from 3 years in prison. The term minimum mandatory means your sentence will not be shorter than the minimum amount of prison time set out by the Florida legislature. When dealing with the harsh circumstances for trafficking cases, you need an experienced Drug Trafficking defense lawyer. The Balaguera Law Firm, P.A. is knowledgeable on all types of drug trafficking offenses and can provided skilled assistance and legal representation. Our firm confidently and aggressively handles all drug trafficking offenses.

It is important to note, even if you are caught red handed for the offense of Drug Trafficking, that does not mean you do not have a valid defense to your case!!

The Balaguera Law Firm, P.A. attacks each drug trafficking case with a unique, aggressive, multi-layered approach. First, we will try to prevent your case from getting filed. In the event your case is filed, our firm will work relentlessly to provide with you the best representation possible. The Balaguera Law Firm, P.A. understands that there is more than one way to successfully defend a drug trafficking case. We will look into whether the facts support a reduced non-minimum mandatory drug charge or even dismissal. Subsequently, we will look into whether the law allows the Government to charge you with drug trafficking and various other defenses or defense arguments.The Balaguera Law Firm, P.A. firm understands that its clients are worried about their cases and have many questions. As we learned in grade school, no question is a stupid question. The Balaguera Law Firm, P.A. is known for its aggressive, persistent, creative, and comprehensive approach to defending our client's cases. We strive to provide excellent service to our clients. The Balaguera Law Firm, P.A. understands that our clients face an enormous amount of pressure and are worried about their cases.

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