Drug TraffickingDrug Trafficking is a serious offense that often carries severe penalties. Under Florida law, a conviction for drug trafficking normally requires a mandatory minimum sentence, regardless of the defendant's prior record or the seriousness of the conduct. When a mandatory minimum sentence is imposed, an individual must serve every day of the prison sentence, there is no credit for "good time" or "gain time." For most other crimes, Florida law often only requires a defendant to serve 85% of their sentence.

The amount and type of drugs you are accused of possessing, selling, delivering, or purchasing will affect the potential sentence you are facing. The attorneys at Michael J. Snure, P.A. will do everything in their power to reduce the alleged amount, challenge the identity of the substance in question, and reduce the applicable penalty.


The attorneys at Michael J. Snure, P.A. will seek to eliminate or reduce the charges the State and law enforcement bring against you. We will use every available strategy to challenge the evidence against you and bring forth all potential defenses.

We will challenge the identity and amount of the substance in question and determine whether the State can prove that you were actually in possession of the controlled substance. We will analyze the facts and circumstances to determine whether the conduct of law enforcement supports a defense of entrapment. Our attorneys will seek the exclusion of all evidence obtained by the police in violation of your Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendment rights.

Michael J. Snure is a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialists. Contact Michael J. Snure, P.A., at 407-469-6200 if you or someone you know needs an Orlando drug trafficking attorney.