Drug Trafficking Defense Lawyer Serving Henry County, Illinois
Entering Illinois with any amount of controlled substances can result in a drug trafficking charge, if there is reason to believe the accused intended to deliver or manufacture illegal drugs. Drug trafficking charges are felonies and carry significant criminal penalties. The minimum prison sentence for drug trafficking is 12 years; the maximum sentence is 60 years.
If you have been charged with drug trafficking in Illinois, it is important to consult with an experienced defense lawyer as soon as possible. As an experienced drug trafficking defense attorney in Henry County, I know how to protect your rights in this critical legal matter. I am here to provide you with the strong drug crime defense representation you need to avoid the harsh consequences of a drug trafficking conviction.
Defending Against Drug Trafficking Charges In Illinois
I handle all drug trafficking cases, including those alleging trafficking of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, LSD, prescription drugs and other controlled substances. I thoroughly examine the evidence in every case to identity weaknesses in the prosecution’s case.
In some cases, the police’s investigation tactics overreach and they make stops and arrests without probable cause or reasonable suspicion. Such tactics are unlawful and violate the constitutional rights of the accused. I am skilled at getting evidence dismissed over such violations.
Whether you are from Illinois or were arrested for drug trafficking while passing through, you need an experienced local defense lawyer. As a former judge, former prosecutor and experienced defense attorney, I know how to get results.
Contact My Law Office To Discuss Your Drug Trafficking Case
Have you been charged with drug trafficking in Illinois? I am here to provide you with strong, aggressive defense representation. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at to arrange a consultation with an experienced drug trafficking defense lawyer in Henry County.
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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