Pensacola County Drug Possession Lawyers

Serving Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton Counties


Defending Your Future, Your Career and Your Freedom

Contrary to popular belief, even a first offense drug possession conviction can have a lasting impact on your future. With a drug possession charge on your record, it can be difficult to find a job, rent an apartment or even obtain financing for college. These lasting penalties are in addition to the fines, probation, mandatory drug counseling and jail time that a drug possession conviction can lead to.

At the law firm of Michael J. Griffith, P.A., we fight for the future of every client we represent. With more than 35 years of experience, our Santa Rosa County drug possession attorneys have the skills and knowledge needed to help you defend yourself against drug possession charges relating to a number of drugs, including:

  • Marijuana
  • Meth
  • Cocaine
  • Ecstasy
  • Prescription drugs

Taking an Aggressive Approach to Your Defense

It can be easy to accept the penalties stemming from a first offense drug possession conviction. Unfortunately, that conviction may wreak havoc on your professional or personal life, and may have been avoided with the right defense approach.

Our staff will carefully examine every aspect of your case, including the evidence against you, the reason for your search and the actions of police officers to search for information that can be used to apply pressure on the prosecution. Whether you wish to negotiate a favorable plea or prove your innocence in court, we will fight to help you resolve your case in the most favorable manner possible.

Throughout your proceedings, we will offer timely updates on your progress, and advice on your changing defense options. We will never let you accept a penalty we feel you can avoid, and will never rest in our efforts to protect your future from undue harm.

Contact our office online or call 850-433-9922 to begin planning your defense during a free consultation with an experienced attorney.