On July 30, members of Indian River County law enforcement made 18 felony arrests of individuals who ranged in ages from 19 to 59. The scope of the crimes saw 11 of the 18 arrested for drug-related offenses and four others brought in on charges connected to battery of an individual.
With the drug offenses, all 11 of those arrested were brought in for possession-related matters. Four were connected to cocaine, while four others related to aspects of THC. In the latter instances, one arrest was for simple THC possession, while two others were for possession of THC oil and wax, respectively. In the case of a 27-year-old woman from Palm Bay, she was also charged with resisting arrest with violence.
Two other drug arrests involved a 34-year-old man and 39-year-old woman who each were possessing methamphetamine. Finally, one arrest came when a 37-year-old woman was arrested for possession of diazepam.
The spectrum of battery cases ranged from child abuse, simple and domestic battery, and battery on a detained person. The domestic crime was committed by strangulation. The three remaining crimes were for grand theft, retail theft in concert with others and a violation of probation for trespassing a conveyance.
All of the above suspects are in need of an Indian River County criminal defense lawyer, given the serious nature of the charges. The law firm of Jeffrey Garland is prepared to assist those looking for an attorney who has plenty of experience in helping clients get the best legal defense possible.
Having practiced law in Florida since 1981, Jeffrey Garland has defended a wide range of clients on any number of charges. He knows that a simple arrest isn’t always the equivalent of guilt for an individual. That’s why he and his staff vigorously seek to make sure that that justice is properly served for their clients.
One of the unique ways that Indian River County criminal lawyer Jeffrey Garland stands out as an Indian River County criminal defense lawyer is in his scientific training. He knows that verdicts on cases can often hinge on science-based evidence, but that the methods aren’t always accurate. That’s why he can use that training to offer the best defense available in such cases.
So if you or someone you know is facing legal challenges and looking for Indian River County criminal defense lawyer, the search can end by contact the law offices of Jeffrey Garland at (772) 242-6380.