Port St. Lucie Man Arrested For Drug And Gun Possession
Adalberto Ramiro-Diaz, who is a 45 year old man, was arrested in Port St. Lucie on Wednesday September 10, 2014. The police found guns, drugs and a fake FBI credential inside of his house. The investigation began back in July 2014 when an undercover police officer purchased drugs from Ramiro-Diaz at his home. Officers decided to issue a warrant for arrest after the incident occurred.
While the man was being arrested at his home, officers also found a 12 gauge shotgun. Additionally, pills, a marijuana grow room, psilocybin mushrooms, a fake FBI ID during the search. Ramiro-Diaz is currently in St. Lucie County jail. He is facing several charges, including possession of a firearm during a felony, cocaine possession, possession and sale of marijuana and sale and possession of psilocybin mushrooms.
Ramiro-Diaz will most likely be spending several years in jail if he is found guilty of all of the charges that he is facing. However, his punishment may be lighter if he gets an attorney. Many people have been able to avoid jail time, fines and other punishments thanks to a skilled attorney. If you are currently facing drug charges, then it is essential for you to hire a Port St. Lucie drug attorney.
If you want to hire a Port St. Lucie drug attorney, then you should contact Johnathan Jay Kirschner. He is a graduate of Franklin Pierce Law Center. He received his Juris Doctor in 1981. He understands the laws in Florida regarding drug possession and sale. Regardless of whether you are facing a felony or misdemeanor charge, Kirschner will protect your rights and fight hard for you.
One of the many great things that makes Johnathan Jay Kirschner a good choice for people who are looking for a Port St Lucie drug attorney is his many years of experience. He has defended people who have been accused of drug crimes for the past 20 years.
If you are facing drug charges, then you need a good attorney to represent you. Johnathan Jay Kirshner is committed to his clients and wants them to be able to get off with the lightest punishment so that they can return to their normal lives.