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Drug Possession with Intent to Sell Versus Possession Charges

Drug Possession with Intent to Sell Versus Possession Charges

An appeal from the Fourth District Court of Appeals, for Palm Beach County, Florida demonstrates why; the argument of “personal use of drugs” ought to be made and argued by criminal defense lawyers in Palm Beach County Courtrooms when their clients face serious drug crimes.  Whether the accused is charged with cocaine, marijuana, heroin, methamphetamine or any other illegal drug listed under Fl. Stat. Sec. 893.13, the defense of ‘personal use” is available and worthy to be made during their jury trial. On Appeal, the defendant, Angelia Harris, argued she was denied due process in her conviction for possession of cocaine with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a park. The defendant argued the trial court prevented her from arguing, at her jury trial, in front of Lucy Chernow… […]

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