Daytona Beach Drug Offense Lawyer

Florida Narcotics Charges Lawyer Representing Those Charged with Felony or Misdemeanor Narcotics Crimes in Volusia and Flagler County

Should I hire a drug or narcotics attorney?


Attorney Sam N. Masters, founder of Sam Masters Legal, is a former drug unit prosecutor and criminal defense attorney with more than 35 years of criminal trial experience. Mr. Masters has also spent more than 30 years of his legal career defending individuals charged with felony or misdemeanor drug offenses throughout Volusia County and Flagler County, Florida.

Should you or a loved one be arrested or under investigation for a state or federal drug charge, you should know:

  • Law enforcement authorities and prosecutors aggressively prosecute both Florida state laws and federal laws that apply to narcotics crimes. Drug crimes, such as, narcotics possession, trafficking or sales could have you facing misdemeanor and/or felony charges.
  • The criminal penalties for a narcotics charge are severe.
  • The Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000 provides legal authority to law enforcement to seize your assets as proceeds from narcotics related offenses.

In the State of Florida, our state legislature along with federal lawmakers have adopted a "zero tolerance" for narcotics crimes. Laws imposing increased punishments have been passed making any drug crime conviction a significant and life-altering situation for the defendant. These charges can carry severe penalties, such as expensive fines, lengthy probation, jail sentences and/or state prison terms and can qualify as a "strike" under Florida’s Three Strike system. You can be assured that if you have been arrested and charged with a narcotics offense in the State of Florida, the prosecuting attorney will be working double time to ensure you are convicted.

What should I do if I was charged or indicted for a drug offense?

You Need to Defend a Volusia County or Flagler County Narcotics Crime Charge

Most people are unaware that in the State of Florida, any drug conviction, even for a MISDEMEANOR POT CHARGE, will result in a SUSPENSION OF YOUR DRIVING PRIVILEGES FOR 6 MONTHS.

Types of Narcotics Charges According to Florida
Criminal Code

Our Volusia County, Florida criminal defense law firm is experienced and represents individuals on all narcotics-related offenses including:

  • Drug Cultivation
  • Drug Distribution or Sales
  • Drug Importation
  • Drug Manufacturing
  • Drug Manufacturing Equipment Possession or Sales
  • Drug Paraphernalia Possession or Sales
  • Drug Possession

It is crucial to consult an attorney immediately when accused of any drug offense. Sam Masters Legal has represented individuals charged with the above crimes as they relate to individual controlled substances and illegal narcotics, such as crank, crack, Cocaine, ecstasy, hallucinogens, heroin, marijuana, meth or methamphetamines, Rohypnol, or Roofies and opiates such as Oxycodone/OxyContin.

If you or a loved one has been accused of a narcotics offense or charged with any drug related criminal charges in Volusia County or Flagler County, Florida, you need immediate legal advice from an experienced Volusia County narcotics crimes attorney. Sam Masters Legal can review the evidence and circumstances of your case to help you determine the best defense strategy for your criminal drug charges.

A thorough investigation as to the arrest process and procedures may provide a valid basis to get your criminal charges dismissed. The only way to know for sure how good your chances are for a dismissal is by discussing your case with an experienced narcotics crimes lawyer.

Sam Masters Legal will use over 35 years of knowledge and experience handling complex Florida state narcotics offenses and federal drug crime laws. Sam Masters Legal will work for you by rigorously challenging the evidence and procedural processes used against you. In the event that you or a loved one has been charged with felony or misdemeanor drug crime; you can entrust your legal defense to Mr. Masters' aggressive law firm.

Call (386) 252-4717 today for a free initial consultation with a Florida Drug Offense Attorney. We are ready to defend your legal rights.