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Drug-related offenses: Substances discovered after man arrested

Taking the first steps to build a criminal defense after facing charges can be difficult. Some individuals may not know what their options are or where they should turn for help. Fortunately, individuals accused of drug-related offenses typically have time to gain knowledge about the specific charges they face and their defense options before their cases move forward.

One man in Florida is likely looking to gain useful information regarding his legal options after recently being taken into custody. According to reports, the man was pulled over by a police officer while he was driving. The officer reportedly stated that the man was speeding, and when the officer approached the vehicle, he allegedly smelled marijuana and believed that the man seemed nervous.

Though the man claimed he did not have any illegal substances, he was taken into custody nonetheless for driving on a suspended license. After arriving at the jail, he purportedly stated that he was hiding narcotics in his rectum. He reportedly removed over 12 small baggies from his person that allegedly contained crack, Molly, pills, heroin and marijuana. At the time of the report, he was being held without bond on multiple undisclosed charges.

This man's case will probably have many complex factors involved due to the likely various allegations brought against him. Dealing with charges for drug-related offenses is not easy, but this Florida man may find it easier after learning more about his exact predicament. Gaining information from local legal resources may prove helpful to him as he works to build his case.

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