Flakka or PVP Possession

PVP or Flakka

Broward County Flakka possession Lawyer

Arrests for flakka possession or PVP possession are on the rise in South Florida.  Alpha-pyrrolidinopentiophenone or PVP is a dangerous and increasingly popular party drug which produces an effect similar to that reported by users of so called "bath salts".  Federal as well as state authorities are becoming much more aggressive in pursuing individuals who are suspected of possession of PVP or trafficking in PVP.  Possession of Flakka or PVP is a serious crime in Florida and conviction could mean a prison sentence, hefty fines and a term of mandatory driver's license suspension.  If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with possession of PVP, it is crucial that you retain the service of an experienced, aggressive and effective drug possession defense lawyer as soon as possible.  Quinn Law, P.A. offers no cost case evaluations for all individuals who have been arrested for possession of trafficking in PVP in South Florida. 

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PVP or "flakka" laws in Florida

  • Laws pertaining to "flakka" and other so-called designer drugs are constantly changing as the legislature is constantly addressing the new drugs which have invaded South Florida.
  • Fla. Stat. 893.13(6)(a) makes possession or trafficking in PVP a felony in Florida.  If you are convicted of possession of PVP , you could lose your voting rights, your driver's license and potentially your freedom.

Drug possession defense lawyer Antonio D. Quinn, Esq. takes an aggressive approach to most drug possession cases.  Antonio Quinn will often seek to focus the court's attention upon the conduct of the arresting officer in order to determine whether or not a search or seizure was conducted within the boundaries of the Florida and United States Constitutions.  If you are a first time drug offender, there may be pre-trial programs such as drug court which can help you to keep your record clean.  Quinn Law, P.A. represents clients throughout the term of any pre-trial intervention and will assist you in deciding what is the best course to follow in your drug possession case.  Contact Quinn Law, P.A, today at (954) 463-0440 to day to set up a free consultation in order to evaluate that the best course of action is going to be for you.

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