Drug Possession charges are governed by Chapter 893 of the Florida Statutes. While most drug possession offenses are felonies, some are also misdemeanor offenses. There are different types of possession that are dependent on the facts of each case (exclusive vs. joint possession, and actual vs. constructive possession). Each of these types of possession result in different assumptions that can be made under the law as well as how much additional evidence the prosecutor is required to present in order to prove the case. Furthermore, drug possession charges in particular are most often defended by attacking the legality of the police department’s search and seizure of the alleged drugs. The attorneys at Warren Law Firm have extensive experience in reviewing drug possession cases for possible motions to suppress as well as understanding the important distinctions between the different types of possession, all of which is used for the effective representation of clients.