Possession of Marijuana

Whether you are charged with a felony or misdemeanor concerning the possession of marijuana, one of our experienced trial attorneys will review your matter and aggressively defend your case. It is imperative that you have your case thoroughly reviewed and become aware of all the defenses available to you. In addition to penalties and requirements the court will impose, there are additional consequences that result from a possession conviction. Did you know that regardless of whether or not you are operating a motor vehicle, the Secretary of State will take license action against your driving privileges if you are convicted of possession of marijuana? Additionally you may be required to disclose a conviction to prospective employers, school applications and/or financial aid for schooling.

Call today to schedule an appointment to have your matter thoroughly reviewed. Your initial consultation is no charge to you.

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