Methamphetamine Defense Lawyer In Henry County Illinois
Law enforcement officials aggressively pursue methamphetamine-related arrests and convictions in Illinois. The state has even enacted a special law, the Methamphetamine Control and Community Protection Act, to govern such offenses.
Recent months have seen numerous meth-related arrests in northwest Illinois, including several in Kewanee and elsewhere in Henry County and throughout surrounding areas.
I am Larry Vandersnick, a methamphetamine crime defense attorney in Henry County, Illinois. If you have been arrested on meth charges in Illinois, I can provide you with the strong drug crime defense representation you need at this time. Before you talk to anyone, talk to your own defense attorney. The police and prosecutors are not on your side; I am.
Defending Against All Meth-Related Crimes
With more than 35 years of legal experience, I am prepared to defend clients against all meth-related charges, including meth possession, manufacturing, distribution, trafficking and meth precursor crimes.
Under the state’s strict methamphetamine laws, you can be arrested for activities as commonplace as buying cold medicine at a pharmacy or buying propane at a hardware store. Don’t let a mistake or misunderstanding result in a lengthy prison sentence. Hire an attorney who is well-versed in methamphetamine crime defense strategies.
As a former prosecutor and a former judge, I know which strategies are likely to prevail in and out of court. As a seasoned defense lawyer, I can aggressively apply those strategies on your behalf.
Fighting Meth Charges In Kewanee And Throughout Illinois
If you have been charged with possession of meth or meth precursors, distribution, manufacturing or any other meth crime in Kewanee or anywhere in Illinois, I am here to stand up for your rights. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at to arrange a consultation with an experienced Illinois meth crime defense lawyer.
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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