There are hundreds of Florida residents who face drunk driving charges each year. DUI is one of the most common criminal charges that a person can face, so it is important for our readers to know what will occur during the investigation of a potential DUI arrest. One important feature of such an investigation is field sobriety tests.
There is a wide variety of behavior or conduct that can lead to Florida residents facing criminal charges. From drug charges and allegations of violent crimes to drunk driving charges and weapons possession cases, each year thousands of Florida residents will find themselves standing in front of a judge with their freedom on the line. Any arrestee needs to be prepared to develop a criminal defense strategy.
As a previous post here mentioned, Florida is not currently taking the somewhat lenient approach to illegal drugs, particularly marijuana, that some other states are trying. In Florida, drug charges from possession to manufacturing to distribution can all lead to serious problems for an arrestee, not the least of which is the prospect of a potential prison sentence. Drug trafficking is probably considered the most severe of drug charges. So, what can you expect if you are facing drug trafficking charges in Florida?