Drug paraphernalia commonly associated with drug use include glass hashish pipes, crack cocaine pipes, smoking masks, hashish bongs, cocaine freebase kits, syringes, grinders, roach clips for holding the burning end of a marijuana "joint". The term "paraphernalia" also refers to items such as hollowed-out cosmetic cases or fake pagers when used to conceal illegal drugs. In Florida a bag with residue can also be considered paraphernalia.
Drug paraphernalia commonly associated with drug dealing, trafficking or for preparing drugs for distribution include items such as digital scales, vials, and small zipper storage bags that can be used to sell crack, heroin, or marijuana fall into this category.
If you are accused of possession of drug paraphernalia in Daytona Beach contact attorney Kevin J. Pitts to set up a free consultation at 386-451-5112.