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Drug arrests, charges wide ranging in Fort Myers

| Mar 9, 2020 | Drug Crimes

Fort Myers and its surrounding environs are often rightly regarded as a welcoming gateway to Southwest Florida and its many noted attractions. Given the area’s sunny climes and countless activities to pursue, tourism is of course a mainstay and ever-reliable industry.

Such an eclectic and nurturing “things to do” environment is especially pulsing and dynamic in winter’s wake each year as scores of thousands of people in search of surf, sand and warm weather visit the region. Spring break is an annual rite that spotlights Fort Myers beaches.

That yields fun, of course, but also occasional downsides for select individuals who are arrested and criminally charged with drug offenses.

As we duly note on our website at the aggressive and proven Fort Myers criminal defense Law Firm of Scott T. Moorey, those offenses span “a wide variety” of allegedly unlawful behaviors. Our experienced legal team diligently represents charged individuals on drug charges involving “marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamines, party drugs, prescription drugs and other controlled substances.”

The individuals facing legal challenges concerning the possession, sale or trafficking of such drugs comprise a broad group. They include visiting revelers, to be sure, but also local juveniles, people using pot for medical purposes, prescribing medical professionals and just about every other demographic.

Despite their differences, they all have something in common, namely, an immediate and pressing need for effective legal representation geared toward the maximum mitigation of potential criminal penalties.

A proactive, aggressive defense attorney resolutely focused on securing an optimal client outcome in every case can help them secure that goal.