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Our Jacksonville, Florida, criminal defense law firm, Mitchell A. Stone, P.A., has successfully represented clients implicated in major federal trafficking and drug conspiracy cases.

In a federal drug trafficking conspiracy case our Bahamian client was accused of importing multiple kilos of cocaine. . . See Success Stories

If you or someone you know is under investigation, under arrest, or otherwise connected to a controlled substance offense, it is critical to consult with a lawyer before making a statement to police, investigators, or federal agents. Contact our Jacksonville law firm if to arrange for a free consultation with Criminal Defense lawyer, Mitchell A. Stone.

Motions to suppress evidence collected through improper law enforcement search and seizure procedures that violate the Fourth Amendment have resulted in suppression of evidence and the outright dismissal of charges all together.

Stone has defended clients charged with trafficking, manufacturing, possession and distribution of cocaine, crack, MDMA/ecstasy, heroin, PCP, methamphetamine (meth, ICE, crystal meth), GHB, steroids, and prescription drugs such as OxyContin and hydrocodone.

Alternatives To Harsh Penalties

Conspiracy to import, distribute, traffic or dispense illegal drugs in federal court can carry mandatory sentences of 10 years to life. In Florida, drug trafficking charges are punishable by up to life in prison with up to 15 years of minimum mandatory time. Mitchell A. Stone has developed effective defenses against major drug charges to significantly improve the chance for favorable outcomes for clients, even when the evidence seems insurmountable.

Sometimes challenging evidence and procedures is necessary. Stone will file motions challenging:

  • The legality and execution of a wiretap. Police must operate under strict rules, and we have succeeded in suppressing evidence obtained from wiretapping.
  • The manner in which clients were arrested, Entrapment can occur when informants and undercover agents encourage law abiding people to become involved in crimes they would not normally have been involved in.
  • Informants and undercover operatives sometimes cross the line and their credibility is always at issues. Challenging them can result in suppression of evidence or support reasonable doubt if the prosecution's case hinges on their testimony.

We Offer Skilled Defense Of Serious Drug Charges

If you or someone close to you is facing Florida drug trafficking or conspiracy charges, or other major drug-related crimes, contact Mitchell A. Stone, P.A., immediately for a free case evaluation. We will explain your rights and promptly examine the facts for potential defenses. Don't say a word until you talk to us.