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2 charged with drug trafficking after drugs found in car

Two Florida individuals are currently in jail after deputies allegedly discovered what appeared to be narcotics in their car. The two were recently charged with drug trafficking on a recent Sunday morning. The arrest took place in DeFuniak Springs, Walton County.

Man arrested on drug trafficking charge

A 20-year-old man is now facing drug charges, including allegedly trafficking, dealing and possession with intent to sell or deliver. The arrest took place at the residence of the man located in Kendall, Miami-Dade County. When Florida individuals face similar drug trafficking charges, they often choose not to fight these allegations alone; instead, they typically choose to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney.

High school student fighting drug possession charge

A high school-age teen was jailed recently after authorities say they found cocaine and Xanax pills in his bedroom. The 16-year-old Key West teen was jailed earlier this week on a drug possession charge. When Florida residents are accused of similar crimes, they typically do not choose to fight the charges alone.

Florida doctor facing drug trafficking accusations

A Florida doctor is now facing accusations that he and the clinic at which he worked was involved in the trafficking of drugs. The Metropolitan Bureau of Investigations recently raided the Orange County clinic. When Florida residents are accused of similar drug trafficking crimes, many decide to not fight the charges alone.

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