Possession of almost all “controlled” substances is now charged as a misdemeanor crime. This is obviously preferrable to the felonies these cases were until-recently alleged to be; nonetheless the consequences, especially if the defendant is a professional license holder (or aspires to a license), a non-citizen, or a financial aid recipient (or aspires to receive), can be severe. There are ways these consequences can be minimized, and depending on the circumstances, we can help you get the charges dismissed altogether.
The way a possession case is resolved by our firm can make all the difference; our criminal defense lawyers have what it takes to get the job done. The difference between the incident being a regrettable night, and something that derails one’s career and life, is sometimes.
Call us today at 949-476-8900, to discuss how we can help advocate for your possession case to be resolved with the least consequences.