Fort Myers Drug Sale Lawyer
With So Much on the Line, Choose an Aggressive Drug Crime Defense Attorney
If you have been charged with selling or purchasing drugs, you face potential penalties that include years in prison and thousands of dollars in fines. As a former assistant state attorney with more than 25 years of experience and 130 jury trials to his credit, attorney Ian F. Mann is prepared to handle your defense. He has successfully defended numerous clients against charges of drug sale and purchase.
If your charges including intent to buy or intent to sell in a drug deal, you need aggressive defense representation right away. Contact the law office of Ian F. Mann today online or by telephone at 239-935-5935 or toll free at 866-416-1488 to speak with an experienced Fort Myers drug sale attorney.
Drug Crimes: Purchase and Sale
Selling any illegal drug is a crime, regardless of the amount. If you have been charged with selling even a small amount of marijuana, for instance, you face felony charges and the potential of years in prison. Selling controlled substances such as prescription drugs is legal only if you are licensed to do so.
Most drug sale and purchase crimes are charged as second-degree felonies, meaning they carry a maximum prison sentence of 20 years. Prosecutors will push for the harshest possible penalties.
If you have been charged with the purchase or sale of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, ecstasy, prescription drugs or any other controlled substance, attorney Ian F. Mann is here to defend your rights. He routinely applies proven defense strategies to help clients avoid the consequences of drug crime convictions.
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If you are facing drug purchase or sale charges in Florida, time is of the essence. Contact attorney Ian F. Mann today online or by telephone at 239-935-5935 or toll free at 866-416-1488 to speak with an experienced Fort Myers drug crime defense lawyer.
We’re conveniently located in downtown Fort Myers, just one block from the federal and state courthouses.