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Multiple people charged for drug-related offenses in Florida

It is not unusual for people to find themselves caught in unexpected situations. In some instances, these circumstances could involve having charges for drug\-related offenses leveled against multiple individuals. When this type of scenario arises, it may seem easy to give up and feel as if accused parties have to accept the consequences. However, Florida residents and those across the country have the opportunity to defend against charges.

Three individuals may be hoping to defend themselves after recently being taken into custody. Reports stated that police in the area had been investigating "drug houses," and after learning of the location for a suspected drug house, detectives reportedly obtained a search warrant for the residence. During the search, officers allegedly found drug paraphernalia and various substances, such as methamphetamine.

Though five individuals were detained at the scene, it was only reported that three of those people were taken to jail. A 51-year-old man, a 39-year-old woman and a 29-year-old woman were taken into custody. All three were charged with various possession-related charges, and the man had an additional charge of possession with intent to distribute.

Drug-related offenses are often considered serious crimes by the criminal justice system. Therefore, parties accused in such cases may want to do their best to ensure that they treat their predicaments seriously. By obtaining information relating to their cases, accused individuals may have a better chance of finding the most appropriate methods for addressing the allegations. Florida residents facing such difficulties may also wish to enlist the help of knowledgeable attorneys.

Source: nwfdailynews.com, "3 arrested in Walton County 'drug house' raid", Nov. 8, 2017

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