Trafficking in Cocaine

Jacksonville Trafficking Lawyer

Under Florida Statute Section 893.135(1)(b), Trafficking in Cocaine occurs when the defendant sells, delivers, manufactures, or possesses 28 grams or more of cocaine.

In Jacksonville, Florida, trafficking in cocaine carries a minimum mandatory sentence which depends on the amount of cocaine involved. If the amount of cocaine trafficked is 28 grams, but less than 200 grams, the minimum mandatory sentence is 3 years. Greater than 200 grams, but less than 400 grams of cocaine carries a sentence of seven years. Greater than 400 grams, but less than 150 kilograms of cocaine has a minimum mandatory sentence of 15 years. Anything more than that carries a sentence of life in Florida State Prison.

If you have been arrested for Trafficking in Cocaine in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida or the surrounding counties, speak with a Jacksonville Drug Trafficking Attorney. A Jacksonville Drug Trafficking Lawyer has experience with trafficking cases and will represent you to the fullest. Contact a Jacksonville Criminal Defense Lawyer at 20 Miles Law.  You can contact a Jacksonville Criminal Defense Attorney at (904) 564-2525 or by email.