Palm Springs Drug Possession Defense Lawyer
For the past several years, state and federal narcotics control agencies and District Attorneys have been cracking down on drug possession. Misdemeanor marijuana possession of less than an ounce may be increased to a felony charge if the prosecutor can prove intent to cultivate or distribute. Jail time, fines, and property confiscation penalties are increasing.
At the Dolan Law Offices, we know how far prosecutors will go to prove felony possession and intent to distribute. We also know how far is too far when it comes to disregarding your rights.
We guarantee our efforts to fight for the best possible outcome for your drug possession charges. We fight vigorously to protect your rights by challenging probable cause and illegal search and seizure by the police and prosecutors. District Attorneys are bound by the constitutional rules of evidence, and we hold them to it.
Contact us as soon as possible if you or a family member has been charged with a misdemeanor or felony drug possession or distribution charge. Even if you think you are under investigation and may be charged, the time to take advantage of a free consultation is now. Don’t let them get a legal head start trying to put you in jail.
How a Certified Criminal Law Specialist Can Make a Difference
Attorney John Patrick Dolan has received the AV rating and is a California Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist. We have defended thousands of adults and juveniles charged with misdemeanor and serious felony drug offenses. We know the federal and state criminal law system and will explore ways to get you the best possible result. You may have many defenses of which you are unaware, including an unlawful police search or seizure. If the arrest or search was illegal, evidence obtained as a result of the illegal police conduct cannot be used against you at trial and the case will likely be dismissed.
We aggressively defend you against all drug offenses such as:
- Possession of controlled substances
- Possession with intent to sell or distribute
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Cultivation and sale of marijuana
- Manufacture, transportation and sale of controlled substances
- Conspiracy to manufacture or sell a controlled substance
- Possession of materials with intent to manufacture a controlled substance
Contact us right away to start an aggressive and effective defense to help you fight for the best possible outcome for your drug possession charges.