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Florida man facing charges after alleged cocaine possession

When dealing with a serious predicament, the individuals involved will likely want to take time to determine how to best prepare and handle the situation. In many instances, parties who have been accused of alleged criminal activity may find preparation to be a vital part of moving forward with their cases in a meaningful manner. One man in Florida may be hoping to prepare as best as possible after recently being accused of cocaine possession.

Reports stated that the 30-year-old man had been driving a vehicle when police purportedly noticed that he was not wearing a seat belt and took part in a moving violation. As a result, an officer stopped the man's vehicle and reportedly asked if the man had anything illegal inside the SUV. The man allegedly displayed certain behaviors that caused the officer to become suspicious.

A K-9 unit was utilized during a search of the vehicle, and the dog allegedly detected drugs. Authorities purportedly uncovered 2.5 pounds of cocaine, and the driver reportedly stated that there was additional cocaine at his home. Police apparently found another pound of cocaine at the residence as well as some marijuana. As a result, the man is currently facing felony and misdemeanor charges.

The charges relating to the purported cocaine possession will undoubtedly lead to serious punishment if the man is convicted of the charges brought against him. Therefore, preparing for his case may be in his best interests. He may find information on Florida criminal proceedings, defense strategies and other legal aspects useful as he moves forward.

Source: tcpalm.com, "Traffic stop leads to Fort Pierce man's arrest on drug charges", Will Greenlee, April 5, 2016

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