Drug Possession Attorney In Henry County
Drug possession charges carry harsh consequences. If you were charged with possession of a large quantity of controlled substances, you face significant criminal penalties, including a lengthy prison sentence. Even a small amount of drugs can lead to criminal consequences that could hamper you for life.
Whatever drug possession charge you face, I am here to provide you with strong, aggressive defense representation. I have more than 35 years of experience as a prosecutor, a judge and a defense lawyer. I am the drug possession lawyer in Henry County that people trust when the stakes are at their highest.
Aggressive Defense Against Drug Possession Charges
Police in Illinois now use increasingly aggressive search tactics, so drug arrests are rising. Oftentimes, police will stop vehicles for minor alleged infractions and conduct searches for drug and drug paraphernalia during the stop.
As an experienced drug crime defense attorney, I know how to identify unlawful searches and seizures in drug arrests to help my clients avoid convictions. I defend individuals against all types of drug possession charges, including:
- Simple possession of marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy (MDMA), LSD, heroin and other illegal drugs
- Unauthorized possession of prescription drugs
- Possession with intent to deliver and sell
- Possession of drug paraphernalia such as pipes, bongs, scales and bagging supplies
No matter what drug possession crime you have been charged with, it is important to act quickly to protect your rights. The possible punishment for a narcotics conviction can be very harsh, even for a first offense.
Contact An Experienced Drug Defense Attorney
I can help you defend against any drug possession charge in Illinois. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at to arrange a consultation with an experienced drug defense attorney.
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Mr. Vandersnick has firsthand knowledge of how the prosecution builds a case against an accused person and where it is likely to go wrong with its case.View Attorney Profile