Florida Statutes outline a schedule of prohibited drugs, liquids, gases, and other abused substances. If a police officer has searched your car or your person and found one of these substances, call Criminal Defense Attorney Kenneth P. Hassett of Hassett and Associates, P.A. Not only can he represent you in criminal court, he can investigate the facts of your specific case to determine whether the police officer followed the United States Supreme Court’s rules of criminal procedure for search and seizure, whether the officer properly administered Miranda Rights and Warnings, and whether the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel was denied. If the police have violated the constitutional right to freedom from unreasonable search and seizure, the right to be read Miranda Rights, or the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel, it may be possible for Criminal Defense Attorney Kenneth P. Hassett to get the criminal charges against you dismissed. If you were charged on drug possession or a police officer has searched your person, car, or home in Miami Dade County, Fort Lauderdale, or Broward County, call Criminal Defense Attorney Kenneth P. Hassett 24 hours per day for an immediate free consultation with a criminal defense attorney to discuss your rights in criminal law proceedings.
The information on this page does not represent legal advice. Florida Statues obtained from Online Sunshine, www.leg.state.fl.us, the official site of the Florida Legislature. Because the law is continually changing, some of the provisions contained herein may be out of date. It is always wise to seek counsel from an experienced criminal attorney like Kenneth Hassett.
If you have been charged as an Accessory After the Fact or a Principal in the First Degree to a criminal offense in Broward or Miami-Dade County, call Criminal Defense Attorney Kenneth P. Hassett.