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Woman facing drug trafficking charges after Florida investigation

The toll that criminal charges can take on a person's life can depend on the exact charges and the outcomes of legal proceedings. For individuals accused of drug trafficking, the potential consequences could prove more severe than other types of drug-related activities. Of course, parties facing such accusations do have legal options for creating defense presentations.

One woman in Florida may soon explore her potential legal avenues after recently being taken into custody. Reports indicated that police had been conducting an undercover investigation, and the woman apparently became part of the investigation, though it was unclear how. Police reportedly discovered that the woman had sold over $400 dollars worth of fentanyl. The report also mentioned that she had allegedly mixed heroin with the opioid.

Investigators purportedly discovered that the woman had 6.2 grams of fentanyl in her vehicle, which was distributed between 21 baggies. They also allegedly found a bag of cocaine. The woman was taken into custody, and it currently facing charges for drug trafficking and drug possession. At the time of the report, she had been released from custody on bond.

In order to find the best approach for her case, the woman will undoubtedly want to look into her options for defending against the drug trafficking allegations. The choices she makes could immensely impact the outcomes of her case, and having the right information may help her come to the most useful decisions possible. Obtaining information from local Florida legal resources may allow her to ensure that the knowledge she gains is reliable and applicable to her particular situation.

Source: NBC Miami, "Woman Accused of Trafficking Fentanyl in Hollywood", Feb. 6, 2018

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