Possession of Cannabis Attorney

Marijuana Defense

We examine each marijuana case to determine if it can be dismissed and removed from your record. If this is your first offense, pretrial diversion may be an option. If you resolve your cannabis case without a conviction you may be eligible to seal or expunge your record. Any marijuana/cannabis conviction results in a mandatory one-year driver’s license suspension. Hiring an experienced and aggressive cannabis defense lawyer is essential. We have defended hundreds of cannabis cases. Once hired, we will:

  1. Collect and review all government evidence;
  2. Identify all possible defenses;
  3. Negotiate with your prosecutor for a dismissal or reduced charges;
  4. Qualify you for a pretrial diversion program, and
  5. Do whatever is necessary to avoid a criminal conviction.

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Were You Illegally Stopped or Searched

The 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees that people be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. It is important for you to know if your rights were violated.

  • Were you stopped and detained for a lawful reason?
  • Did the police officer have the right to search your person, property or vehicle?
  • Did you voluntarily consent to any such search?
  • Where were the drugs found and did the drugs belong to someone else?
  • How many people had access to the place where the drugs were was found?
  • Were you read your Miranda rights?
  • Were any of your statements illegally obtained?
  • Is there a lack of evidence of a conflict in the evidence?

Personalized Attention to Every Case

Bryce Fetter will personally handle all aspects of your marijuana case. You will be able to contact Bryce Fetter by phone, text or email at anytime with questions about your case. Your case will never be handed by another lawyer. Bryce Fetter is the only attorney that will meet with you, return your phone calls or attend court with you throughout your entire case. Your cannabis case will get Bryce Fetter’s full attention.

Marijuana Pretrial Diversion Programs

The courts in Orange County and Seminole County each have diversion programs for first time offenders. Simple possession of cannabis, purchasing cannabis and possession of cannabis with the intent to sell drug charges can be referred to one of five local diversion programs. The drug-related diversion program your marijuana case may be referred to will depend on your prior record, facts of your case, county of residence and participation in a previous diversion program. Completion of a diversion program will result in the dismissal of all criminal charges.

Does Florida Allow Medical Marijuana Use?

No. Not yet anyway. Hopefully soon. Right now all marijuana possession, manufacture, sale and use is criminalized in Florida. Penalties vary according to the crime charged.

Mandatory One-Year Driver’s License Revocation

If you are convicted of possession of marijuana or any cannabis offense, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles is required to revoke your driver’s license for a one-year period. A possession of cannabis conviction results in a permanent criminal record and disqualifies you from ever having this conviction sealed or expunged from your criminal history.

Call Bryce Fetter Today

We offer a free consultation so that we can learn about you, learn about your case and determine how we can help.

We examine each marijuana case to determine if it can be dismissed and removed from your record. If this is your first offense, pretrial diversion may be an option. If you resolve your cannabis case without a conviction you may be eligible to seal or expunge your record. Any marijuana/cannabis conviction results in a mandatory one-year driver’s license suspension. Hiring an experienced and aggressive cannabis defense lawyer is essential. We have defended hundreds of cannabis cases. Once hired, we will:

  1. Collect and review all government evidence;
  2. Identify all possible defenses;
  3. Negotiate with your prosecutor for a dismissal or reduced charges;
  4. Qualify you for a pretrial diversion program, and
  5. Do whatever is necessary to avoid a criminal conviction.

cannabis5

Were You Illegally Stopped or Searched

The 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees that people be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. It is important for you to know if your rights were violated.

  • Were you stopped and detained for a lawful reason?
  • Did the police officer have the right to search your person, property or vehicle?
  • Did you voluntarily consent to any such search?
  • Where were the drugs found and did the drugs belong to someone else?
  • How many people had access to the place where the drugs were was found?
  • Were you read your Miranda rights?
  • Were any of your statements illegally obtained?
  • Is there a lack of evidence of a conflict in the evidence?

Personalized Attention to Every Case

Bryce Fetter will personally handle all aspects of your marijuana case. You will be able to contact Bryce Fetter by phone, text or email at anytime with questions about your case. Your case will never be handed by another lawyer. Bryce Fetter is the only attorney that will meet with you, return your phone calls or attend court with you throughout your entire case. Your cannabis case will get Bryce Fetter’s full attention.

Marijuana Pretrial Diversion Programs

The courts in Orange County and Seminole County each have diversion programs for first time offenders. Simple possession of cannabis, purchasing cannabis and possession of cannabis with the intent to sell drug charges can be referred to one of five local diversion programs. The drug-related diversion program your marijuana case may be referred to will depend on your prior record, facts of your case, county of residence and participation in a previous diversion program. Completion of a diversion program will result in the dismissal of all criminal charges.

Does Florida Allow Medical Marijuana Use?

No. Not yet anyway. Hopefully soon. Right now all marijuana possession, manufacture, sale and use is criminalized in Florida. Penalties vary according to the crime charged.

Mandatory One-Year Driver’s License Revocation

If you are convicted of possession of marijuana or any cannabis offense, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles is required to revoke your driver’s license for a one-year period. A possession of cannabis conviction results in a permanent criminal record and disqualifies you from ever having this conviction sealed or expunged from your criminal history.

Cannabis Defense Lawyer for all Cannabis Charges

If you were recently arrested or charged with any Florida marijuana or cannabis charge, please call our cannabis defense lawyer Bryce Fetter at our Winter Park criminal defense only law firm in Orange County, Florida. We offer a free and confidential consultation to discuss your options. We represent clients in following marijuana related cases:

  • Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana
  • Felony Possession of Marijuana
  • Possession of Cannabis with the Intent to Sell
  • Cultivation / Grow House charges
  • Sale or Delivery of Marijuana
  • Trafficking in Cannabis

We offer a free consultation so that we can learn about you, learn about your case and determine how we can help.

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