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To prove a Daytona Beach cocaine possession or Daytona Beach cocaine trafficking case the state must establish multiple elements for a conviction. Cocaine is a schedule II controlled substance. A Schedule II substance means that it has some limited but severely restricted medical use, that there is a potential for abuse of the substance and abuse may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence. Drug trafficking cases are common in the Daytona Beach area due to its close proximity to the I-95 corridor. What is Trafficking of Cocaine in Volusia County? Cocaine trafficking does not require a buyer, seller, or an exchange of goods for money. A person may commit the crime of trafficking in cocaine by selling cocaine, or purchasing cocaine, or manufacturing cocaine, or delivering cocaine, or bringing cocaine into Florida, or by possessing cocaine. The most frequent way this crime is charged is by alleging possession of a quantity of cocaine without any evidence of a buyer or seller or an exchange for money.


An experienced Daytona Beach drug trafficking attorney can challenge the stop, detention, search and seizure, arrest, knowledge of the drugs, confidential informant (CI) issues, dominion and control and weight. With stiff mandatory minimums for Daytona Beach drug trafficking cases you need a Daytona Beach drug trafficking lawyer to fight for you. The mandatory minimum sentences for Daytona Beach cocaine trafficking cases are: Daytona Beach cocaine possession less than 28 grams has no mandatory minimum sentence. Daytona Beach cocaine possession 28 grams or more but less than 200 grams = 3 years and a fine of $50,000; Daytona Beach cocaine possession 200 grams or more but less than 400 grams = 7 years and a fine of $100,000; Flagler County cocaine possession 400 grams tor more but less than 150 kilograms = 15 years and a fine of $250,000; Daytona Beach cocaine possession 150 kilograms or more = life (pbl). The state can charge a lesser amount than what was found. A jury can convict for a lesser amount than what was charged by the state. Daytona Beach cocaine trafficking is a very serious charge that can result in substantial incarceration. Just because the police say you were involved in drug trafficking does not mean they can prove it. An experienced Daytona Beach drug trafficking lawyer may be able to substantially improve the outcome of your case. Drug charges carry many direct and collateral consequences. The direct consequences are jail, prison, probation, classes, community service and drug treatment. The collateral consequences include driver's license suspension, deportation, loss of federal assistance including student loans and in felony drug possession cases the loss of civil rights including your right to vote and right to keep and bear arms. If you are arrested for Daytona Beach possession of cocaine or Daytona Beach cocaine trafficking case contact Daytona Beach Drug trafficking attorney today at 386-451-5112.


If you are accused of Daytona Beach drug possession or Daytona Beach drug trafficking the government has declared war on you. Your only option is to fight the charges and force the state to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt or back down. Call 386-451-5112 to fight back. Former prosecutors and 100% defense attorney.

Daytona Beach Criminal Defense Lawyer
747 S Ridgewood Ave
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
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