March 6, 2018
Orlando Drug Crimes Lawyer

How Proximity Determines Drug Possession Charges

How Is Drug Possession Defined? Possession means “exercising control or having power of an item.” With possession, there is both knowledge and control. When you are charged with drug possession in Florida, it means you have both knowledge of the item in question and control over it.   What Types Of Drug Possession Are There? When it comes to drug charges, there are three types of possession actual, constructive and joint. With Actual Possession, the item is actually on you – in your hand or pocket, in a container that is either in your pocket or your hand or the item is within […]
January 8, 2018
Orlando Student Conduct Hearings Lawyer

Fake ID’s In Florida

Many people seem to think that having a fake ID is harmless, something often done to enter a club or a bar by underage teens. But, rest assured, in Florida having and using a fake ID is a serious crime for which you can be charged with a third-degree felony, which carries a penalty of $5,000 and up to 5 years in prison.   When you use a fake ID such as a driver’s license, social security card or passport that does not belong to you, it is considered to be a major crime in Florida. So, if you have […]