Chicago and Dallas/Ft. Worth Drug Possession Lawyers
Every single year, thousands of Americans find themselves faced with drug possession charges. This has been the case ever since our country waged the “War on Drugs”. While some of these charges are serious and involve large amounts of drugs, others are related to very small amounts of controlled substances either in their possession or another person’s. Regardless of what the situation is, it is possible to fight possession charges and receive a lesser, more favorable outcome. At Toro Law, we believe in doing everything we can to represent our clients - free of judgement. We understand that people make mistakes and we strongly believe in second changes.
Defending someone who has been charged with possession of a controlled substance is not an easy feat, but it is not impossible. If you are charged with possession of drugs, either for your own personal use or with an intent to distribute, a criminal defense attorney from Toro Law can help. Each state is different when it comes to prosecuting the possession of illicit drugs, which is why it is important to discuss your case with a lawyer. Drug-related crimes must be taken seriously and handled by a skilled criminal defense lawyer. At Toro Law, we will give your possession charge the attention it deserves.
Understanding Possession Charges
A possession charge (whether it was your first or third) can have a significant effect on your life. While we cannot promise what the result will be, we can promise you that we will do everything we can to represent and defend you. If you have been accused of drug possession in Texas or Illinois, please contact Toro Law today and ask to speak with one of our criminal lawyers. We speak fluent English and Spanish and are prepared to do everything we can in your defense.
A drug possession charge is defined as “the knowing exercise of control and ownership over a controlled substance in sufficient quantities to trigger a relevant local, state, or federal law.” Depending on the case, a possession charge could result in the following:
- Loss of a driver’s license
Different states and communities have various sentencing guidelines when it comes to repeated crimes. For example, if you have been arrested for possession in Texas multiple times, you have a much greater chance of facing a harsher sentence than someone who is arrested for possession for the first time. To learn more about the specific circumstances surrounding your possession charge, please contact Toro Law today. With our help, a possession charge will likely not end in a criminal sentence. However, it may mar your record and show up on background checks. To learn how we can help with this, contact our law firm today and schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced criminal defense lawyers.