Q: What am I looking at for possessing 7, 60 mg tablets of morphine in fl
Got into an accident, charged DUI of narcotics. Possessed 7 pills that they sent for testing, but it is morphine
First and foremost, you should not be making statements like the one you made on any internet site…State Attorneys have people looking at this kind of stuff.
The answer to your question is that if you are looking at a trafficking amount of morphine there are. serious consequences involving minimum mandatory sentences. If it is not a trafficking amount you are looking at probation with some jail time.
Go find yourself a good lawyer and stop putting information on the web…
A: If it is simple possession of a controlled substance under 893.13(6)(a), and not charged as trafficking or possession with intent to sell, it should be a third degree felony, punishable by up to five years in prison. This depends on the facts of your case and your priors, and I agree with the other attorney who answered this that you should not be posting this online, especially how it was worded. You should consult with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
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