Possession of Drugs

Kingman Drug Possession Lawyer

Understanding Possession Charges

Arizona drug crime laws are amongst the toughest drug laws in the nation. Possession of marijuana, or any other illegal drug and paraphernalia, may result in felony charges against the accused. The court severely prosecutes individuals accused of drug crimes, so it is imperative that anyone charged with possession speak with a dedicated and aggressive attorney as soon as possible.

First time possession offenders may face a mandatory probation sentence, substantial monetary fines, and possible jail time. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the crime, such as the quantity of the drug found in possession, the defendant could be charged with further offenses, such as possession with intent to sell or distribution. If you have been charged with drug possession or possession of drug paraphernalia, immediately contact a lawyer who can protect your rights and provide you with professional legal representation.

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The state of Arizona has some of the harshest mandatory minimum sentencing penalties for drug crimes in the entire nation. As such, a drug crime conviction in Arizona can have consequences that significantly impact one’s life. Such a conviction on your criminal record can have detrimental effects that last long into the future. You may find it very difficult to obtain a job or engage in secondary education, and you may also face difficulties in purchasing a home or vehicle.

Our attorneys at Dwane Cates Law Group, P.L.L.C., have years of combined experience in representing individuals in their drug crime cases. We investigate each client’s case thoroughly, and provide them with knowledgeable legal counsel to give them the best possible chance of an outcome that is favorable to them. We are available to provide you with representation in your case, and we will utilize all the tools at our disposal to fight for a resolution that sees the charges against you lessened, or dropped entirely.

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