If you've been charged with drug trafficking in Florida, then you're facing the state's most severe drug crime. The consequences can be life-changing.
Getting a criminal defense attorney to handle your case may be the difference between a hopeful future and one with a criminal record.
After getting charged with drug possession, you might lose your driver's license. A criminal defense attorney can help you understand your legal rights.
This article has been written as a guide for navigating the criminal justice system in St. Petersburg. It will address what you can expect regardless of whether your charge is a misdemeanor or a felony.
We specialize in representing defendants either charged or under investigation for a first-time criminal offense in Pinellas County, Florida.
There will be changes to how THC products and hemp cases will be handled as Florida law evolves relating to marijuana.
St. Petersburg Criminal Defense Attorney Sean McQuaid specializes in representing people charged with felony drug charges in Pinellas County, Florida.
Concentrated marijuana, or THC oil, is still considered to be a felony possession of a controlled substance in Florida. At my law practice in St. Petersburg, I have witnessed an influx of THC oil cases over the last few years. Most of these cases involve young people who were unaware that marijuana oil is a serious crime. Likewise, most involve a single cartridge of THC oil and a vape pen. The fact that even a trace amount of THC oil left in the vape pen will result in a felony arrest demonstrates how far behind Florida’s marijuana laws are compared to the rest of the country.