Aggressively Protecting The Rights Of Those Who Were Charged With Drug Crimes Since 1986
In Florida, drug charges can have serious consequences. If you have been questioned about a drug crime or arrested and charged with a drug offense, you want to talk to an experienced attorney before you have any further dealings with the police. You want a lawyer who has handled drug crimes, who knows the law and who will fight to protect your constitutional rights.
At The Law Office of Randall J. Etheridge, we have more than 30 years of experience fighting for the rights of individuals in the city of Pensacola, Escambia County, and throughout the Florida Panhandle who have been charged with drug crimes, from drug possession to trafficking and other narcotics crimes.
My Drug Crimes Practice
We represent individuals in state and federal criminal proceedings involving all types of drug crimes, including:
- Drug possession, including marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine and crack cocaine, methamphetamines and heroin
- The sale, trafficking or distribution of controlled substances, including prescription drugs
- Importation of drugs
- The manufacture or cultivation of illegal drugs, such as methamphetamines or marijuana
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
In our experience, police misconduct can often result in the exclusion of evidence and the dismissal of drug charges. Frequently, the search and seizure that produced the illegal drugs was conducted in violation of your rights under the 4th Amendment. When you hire Mr. Etheridge to defend you, he will carefully examine all aspects of your arrest, making certain that law enforcement officers followed established procedures and that all evidence was properly obtained.
Do Not Wait To Contact A Trusted Attorney
Attorney Randall J. Etheridge takes great pride in personally developing your best strategy. He will carefully review all the records related to your drug trafficking charges to make sure the prosecution is not cutting any corners. Many times police misconduct can result in the suppression of drug evidence and the dismissal of charges. Attorney Etheridge analyzes your drug arrest to determine if police have conducted an illegal search and seizure. If so, your charges may be dropped.