Are you facing charges of marijuana or synthetic drug possession? If you are, you don't need to face them alone. Drug charges in Florida can carry some stiff penalties and are the kind of charges you really don't want on your record. They can have long-term consequences, such as finding a job in the future; they may even affect your current job.
If you are arrested for possession of drugs, this means that you are alleged to have a controlled substance for your own personal use. You are not being charged with manufacturing, distributing, selling or intending to sell the controlled substance. Controlled substances may include marijuana, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamines, Xanax and other prescription medicines. In Florida, spice and bath salts are also considered controlled substances.