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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 2220 Amended

Instructions and Help about Form 2220 Amended

Divide this text into sentences and correct mistakes: - Music, hi, this is Mike Hebert. Thank you for asking me how much time can I get for possessing marijuana in Florida. - In Florida, possession of marijuana can either be a non-criminal civil infraction, a misdemeanor, or a felony. It all depends upon how much marijuana you possess. - If you have less than 20 grams, you've committed a first-degree misdemeanor and you face up to 364 days in jail. But many Florida jurisdictions provide cops the discretion to issue you a civil infraction or a ticket you can pay that without any criminal consequence if they choose to do so. - However, if you cross that 20 gram threshold, you've committed a felony and your arrest is imminent. Simple felony possession of marijuana occurs with 20 grams or more, up to just under 25 pounds. It's a third-degree felony. - But if you have either 25 pounds or more or 300 plants or more, you have now crossed the line from possession to trafficking and you face a first-degree felony and 30 years in prison. On top of that 30 years, all trafficking charges carry minimum mandatory penalties. - Like trafficking itself, these minimum mandatory sentences depend upon the amount of drugs that you possess. In the case of marijuana trafficking, between 25 and 2,000 pounds or 300 and 2,000 plants is a three-year minimum mandatory, 2,000 to 10,000 pounds or plants is a seven-year minimum mandatory, and 10,000 or more pounds or plants is a 15-year minimum mandatory. - If you're found guilty of trafficking absent a statutory basis for departure, the court must sentence you to a maximum prison term of 50 years coupled with your appropriate mandatory minimum. And while you get gain time on your overall sentence, you're gonna first serve your...