Montgomery County Drug Possession Attorneys
Drug Possession Charge? Case Review with a Local Lawyer
Be aware that police and prosecutors will make you feel as though there is no way to fight drug possession charges. They will make it seem like the evidence against you is airtight, and you have no option but to plead guilty and accept the consequences. That is their job.
In reality, you always have options; you just need an experienced attorney to help you explore them. At Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C., we have more than 30 years of experience helping people in Montgomery County, Norristown, and throughout Pennsylvania fight drug charges. We handle cases involving possession of marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, and illegally obtained prescription drugs. We will protect your rights.
To learn more about your options, contact our drug possession lawyers in Montgomery County today.
Penalties For Drug Possession
Penalties for drug possession range from misdemeanor to felony based on the type of drug you possess as well as how much you had at the time:
- Schedule I and II Drugs- Up to 20 years in prison and fines up to $25,000
- PCP, LSD & Fentanyl - Up to 20 years in prison and fines up to $20,000
- Any Other Controlled Substance - Up to 5 years in prison and fines up to $15,000
The Question of Illegal Search & Seizure
Our lawyers will immediately look at the tactics law enforcement used during the drug possession arrest. It is not uncommon for us to learn that police overstepped their bounds and conducted an illegal search and seizure. If they did, we may be able to have evidence thrown out. Without evidence, the entire case may be dismissed.
Even if the search was legal, there may be flaws in the case against you. For example, where did the arrest take place? Was it in a car? If so, were there other people in the car with you? There are issues of constructive possession that may need to be addressed. Ultimately, we take great care in examining the arrest, the evidence, and every aspect of your case in search of flaws that we can use to help you obtain a positive outcome.
Treatment, Not Punishment
In some cases, there are drug addiction issues that need to be addressed. While the prosecutor may be pushing for punishment, what is really needed is treatment. We understand the options available for treatment and alternatives to punishment in drug possession cases.
Start Fighting Drug Possession Charges with a Consultation
We are ready to talk to you about your options for fighting charges of possession of drugs.