Strong defense against federal drug trafficking in Florida

On Behalf of | Aug 6, 2015 | Federal Drug Trafficking

In Florida, the potential consequences for conviction of drug-related felonies can be quite severe. Those arrested or charged with federal drug trafficking in the state will most likely benefit from a strong defense that an experienced criminal lawyer can effectively provide. Drug trafficking charges are very serious, and the federal government typically seeks severe penalties in cases that result in conviction.

Frank A. Rubino, Esq. is a criminal defense attorney with an excellent reputation for defending those accused of large-scale federal drug crimes. Limiting his practice to approximately 10 cases per year allows him to offer focused and dedicated service to clients involved in cases that pertain to international drug trafficking, importation and distribution. Attorney Rubino has a history of successful litigation in some very high-profile cases.

Circumstances surrounding and leading up to your arrest can have significant bearing on the outcome of your case. For instance, if you have been stopped by U.S. Custom and Border Protection or another federal agency that has intercepted a drug shipment, you might wish to retain the services of a lawyer who has extensive experience and understands the potential ramifications and possible federal drug penalties involved. Mr. Rubino also has experience in assisting those who are accused of Internet drug sales and the illegal sale of prescription drugs.

By contacting the office of Frank A. Rubino, Esq., you will have the opportunity to work with a nationally known attorney who has successfully litigated many federal drug trafficking cases. Offices in Houston, Texas and Miami, Florida are reachable by phone or online. Attorney Rubino is prepared to offer a strong defense on your behalf as you prepare to face the charges against you in court.

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