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Drug Trafficking

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Drug trafficking is one the most serious drug charges we deal with at Aguilar & Sieron. Drug trafficking charges often involve accusations of possessing, transporting or distributing large amounts of illegal narcotics.

If you are convicted of drug trafficking in Florida, you will likely spend several years in jail and be fined thousands of dollars. This is a very serious charge that could change your life forever. That's why it's important to meet with a drug trafficking lawyer as soon as possible to discuss all the legal options available to you.

A former Florida prosecutor, attorney Mark Sieron has more than three decades of experience handling some of the largest and most complicated drug cases in Clay County. He understands how the legal system works and knows how to get results. Contact us to find out what we can do for you.

Types of Drug Trafficking Charges

The penalties for some of the most common - and most serious - drug trafficking charges in Florida can be found below:

If you are facing any type of drug trafficking charge in Florida, we strongly urge you to contact our law firm and discuss the details of your case with attorney Sieron. You can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Secret to Our Success

Experience matters. That's especially true when it comes to drug trafficking cases. That's why we take the time to carefully analyze every client's arrest report and take the sworn testimony of law enforcement officers and other witnesses. A lawyer with Mark Sieron's experience can identify seemingly minor details that turn out to be so important that your case can be dismissed.

As your attorney, Mark Sieron can carefully analyze all the details associated with your case. Three decades of experience have taught him how to look for the information many lawyers often overlook. It's this attention to detail, this commitment to success which sets him and Aguilar & Sieron apart.

You often only have one chance for justice. Make sure you make the most of your opportunity. Contact Aguilar & Sieron - a law firm focused on your needs.

Marijuana Trafficking

If you are arrested for transporting or distributing more than 25 pounds of marijuana in Florida, you will likely be prosecuted based on Florida's strict marijuana trafficking laws. The penalties for being convicted of such felony drug charges include:

25 pounds to 2,000 pounds of marijuana

  • A minimum of 3 years in prison
  • Up to $25,000 fine

2,000 to 10,000 pounds of marijuana

  • 7 years in prison
  • Up to $50,000 fine

More than 10,000 pounds of marijuana

  • 15 years in prison
  • Up to $200,000 fine

Our first plan of attack will be to analyze your arrest report and take the sworn testimony of the police officers involved in your case. Mark will analyze and research whether the police followed all state and federal laws when arresting you. Did they have the right to search you or your premises? Did they have a warrant to conduct such a search? Or did they break the law and try to justify their actions later?

We will leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice. That's because we understand what's at stake - your freedom. Find out how Aguilar & Sieron can help you. Contact our law firm right now.

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Cocaine Trafficking

Florida defines cocaine trafficking as anyone in possession of 28 grams or more of cocaine. Even if you are not a cocaine trafficker, Florida law enforcement officials will prosecute you as one if you have a significant amount of cocaine in your possession.

The penalties for cocaine trafficking in Florida vary depending on the amount of cocaine you have in your possession at the time of your arrest. The penalties include:

28 to 200 grams of cocaine

  • $50,000 fine
  • 3 years in prison

200 to 400 grams of cocaine

  • $100,000 fine
  • 7 years in prison

400 grams to 150 kilograms of cocaine

  • $250,000 fine
  • 15 years in prison

Many other factors can affect the outcome of your case. That's why it's critical that you meet with our law firm as soon as possible to discuss the details of your cocaine trafficking case.

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Methamphetamine Trafficking

If you are arrested with more than 14 grams of methamphetamine in Florida, you will face drug trafficking charges, which are a felony in Florida. The penalties for violating such drug laws are based on the amount of meth you have in your possession at the time of your arrest.

14 to 28 grams of methamphetamine

  • $50,000 fine
  • Mandatory 3-year prison term

28 to 200 grams of methamphetamine

  • $100,000 fine
  • Mandatory 7-year prison term

200 grams or more of methamphetamine

  • $250,000 fine
  • Mandatory 15-year prison term

Being convicted of methamphetamine trafficking in Florida can have serious consequences. That's why it's important that you take your charges seriously right from the start. That's why you need Aguilar & Sieron on your side, fighting for your rights.

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Heroin Trafficking

If you are arrested with even 4 grams of heroin in your possession, you can be charged with heroin trafficking in Florida. Being convicted of heroin trafficking, a felony, can often result in several years in prison and significant fines. The mandatory minimum penalties in Florida for heroin trafficking are based on the amount of heroin in your possession at the time of your arrest. The penalties include:

4 to 14 grams of heroin

  • $50,000 fine
  • 3 years in prison

14 to 28 grams of heroin

  • $100,000 fine
  • 15 years in prison

28 grams to 30 kilograms of heroin

  • $500,000 fine
  • 25 years in prison

Don't underestimate the seriousness of your heroin trafficking charge. The sooner you talk to our experienced legal team, the better. Attorney Mark Sieron can guide you through all the legal options available to you. That way, you can decide what course of action you want us to take on your behalf.

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