Drug Possession

Colorado is a leader in the nation for arrests of individuals possessing a controlled substance. A controlled substance is defined as illegal drugs that are classified by the government as being dangerous. According to the Colorado Department of Corrections, of 160,000 prisoners, 20,000 are in jail or prison due to a drug offense. Drug possession typically goes hand in hand with drug sales. Drugs typically found in possession and/or sold on the street are: cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, PCP, heroin, LSD and ecstasy. Substances are being added every day to this list. Not all substances that people ingest are illegal substances.

Oftentimes, if drugs are found in your possession you may be charged by law enforcement with drug sales (possession with intent to sell) as well, even if the drugs were for your own personal use. The differences in the criminal penalties that can be brought against you for drug crimes are extreme. You could be looking at a virtual slap on the wrist or a lifetime behind bars. Penalties for a drug charge are based on the type and amount of drug in your possession, intent to sell, or distribute, your past criminal arrests and the circumstances surrounding your case.

In the unfortunate circumstance that you have become entangled with the law due to a drug possession charge, you should hire a professional and qualified attorney. At the Law Offices of Bradley A. Stephenson, P.C. we are very qualified due to his legal credentials and experience within the courtroom and offer professional, yet aggressive representation.

A lawyer can make all the difference in your drug possession case. A lawyer will attempt to have the charges against you lowered or dismissed altogether. An experienced lawyer will fight for your constitutional rights and will do everything possible to keep you out of jail.

An experienced criminal attorney lawyer can be a critical asset in resolving these issues.

Whether this is your first conviction or your fifth, our attorneys will provide you with excellent criminal defense for your drug possession case. Contact our office today to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney lawyer.

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