Hiring a Saint Lucie Fentanyl Arrest Lawyer
WPEC-TV reported on November 20, 2019, that the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office said it had arrested a 35-year old man who was paying a traffic fine using the sheriff’s own “buy” money from an investigation into his drug. Sheriff Ken Mascara told WPEC that the 109 grams of fentanyl seized was the largest fentanyl recovery the agency had ever done and the largest in the four counties.
The sheriff’s office charged the man with trafficking fentanyl after undercover agents and informants made nine different buys from the man at his home and from his vehicles. Mascara said detectives also recovered heroin, cocaine, marijuana and two hand guns, which led to him being charged with possession of firearms by a felon.
While detectives served the search warrant at the man’s home, the sheriff placed a sign on the lawn reading, “Drug House — Closed for Business.” The office was also in the process of taking the man’s car and motorcycle through the forfeiture process.
Law enforcement agencies in Florida are very aggressive in their pursuit of criminal charges relating to illegal drugs such as fentanyl, and any person accused of any drug crime will want to quickly retain a Saint Lucie fentanyl arrest lawyer. Jonathan Jay Kirschner, Esq., & Associates, LLC handles all kinds of different controlled substance offenses.
Our Port Saint Lucie criminal defense lawyer can conduct their own independent investigation into your arrest and fight to possibly get your criminal charges reduced or dismissed. Some people may be accused of partaking in illegal drug activities when they were completely unaware of illegal drugs being present on their property or in their vehicles.
Saint Lucie Fentanyl Arrest Lawyer Jonathan Jay Kirschner
A Saint Lucie fentanyl arrest lawyer will be critical for any alleged offender facing fentanyl charges in Florida, as a simple possession charge can still be punishable by up to five years in prison and/or a fine of up to $5,000. When a person is charged with trafficking fentanyl, the penalties become even more drastically enhanced with a possible sentence of up to 30 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $50,000.
Do not wait to contact a Port Saint Lucie criminal defense lawyer when you have been arrested for any kind of illegal drug crime in Florida. If you or someone you know have been in a similar legal situation, contact Jonathan Jay Kirschner, Esq., & Associates, LLC at (772) 489-8501.