There are several defenses that your attorney may advance when representing
you against marijuana charges.
For example, your lawyer may make a
motion to suppress evidence that was illegally obtained to seriously cripple the prosecuting attorney’s case against you.
Tampa police officers and federal law enforcement agents must have probable
cause or a valid search warrant to conduct a search of you or your property.
In the absence of probable cause, the evidence obtained in an unreasonable
search and seizure may be considered inadmissible if your lawyer files
a motion to suppress this evidence. This is just one example of a potential
defense against marijuana charges—various other strategies may be
used to benefit your case.