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Drug trafficking charges brought against Florida man

Allegations of drug crimes can begin a whirlwind process of confusing litigation and other legal steps. Individuals who are in this type of predicament may feel that they have few options when it comes to defending against drug trafficking charges or other related allegations. However, many people have several different steps they could take to address criminal charges, and taking the time to gain the right information could help interested parties understand their potential courses of action.

One man in Florida may be hoping to find the best direction to take his defense after recently being taken into custody. Reports stated that the fatal overdose of a woman resulted in police opening an investigation, which apparently led to the man becoming a suspect of drug activity. An undersheriff asserted that authorities had probable cause to search the man's home.

The search allegedly led officers to discover and seize heroin, oxycodone, crack cocaine, marijuana and other substances at the residence. Additionally, they purportedly found over $1 million in cash. The man is currently facing charges for drug trafficking and other alleged drug offenses.

Drug trafficking is a serious criminal accusation. In order to understand what defense options may best suit his needs and desires, the Florida man involved in this situation may wish to take the time to explore related legal information. By becoming more informed on the charges and his specific case, he may feel more confident in making important decisions as his case moves through the criminal justice system. 

Source: news-press.com, "Lee County Sheriff's Office seizes $1 million in cash from major opioid bust", David Dorsey, Dec. 7, 2017

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