I was recently a back-seat passenger in a vehicle that was approached by an officer. We were smoking marijuana, which the driver of the vehicle admitted was theirs. That was the only marijuana in the vehicle. In the driver's statement she admitted the pot was hers, yet I was still charged with possession. Is it legal that we were all charged with possession of that one blunt? Furthermore, there were open containers in the vehicle, none of which were located near me. There was a 23 year old in the passenger seat who had purchased the alcohol. I was then charged with possession of alcohol under the reason that I smelled of an alcoholic beverage. The report dictates that post Miranda I admitted to drinking in the vehicle, which in reality the officer only asked what I had had to drink before our rights were read. Also, pre-Miranda I admitted to smoking, can that be used against me in court? This case is open in FL, this is my first offense. Should I fight these unsubstantiated charges or just accept a pre-trial intervention program? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.