If you have been arrested in a drug bust, don't lose hope. Many people feel that if they are caught red-handed with the drugs their best option is to cooperate with police. However, there are drug possession defense strategies that, when used correctly, can result in pivotal evidence being suppressed and withheld from the record, charges being reduced, penalties being reduced, and even in the dismissal of the case.
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Kane County drug possession lawyer Paul Heinrich and the legal team at the law office of Paul Heinrich & Associates provide experienced and relentless criminal defense representation to clients facing drug charges in Geneva, Wheaton and surrounding areas, including cases involving:
- Possession of illegal drugs (cannabis, heroin, cocaine, etc.)
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Unlawful possession of prescription drugs
- Other charges related to drug possession
In addition to drug possession charges, our Kane County law firm defends clients facing other state or federal drug charges, such as drug trafficking, distribution, prescription drug fraud and other drug crimes.
With almost 30 years of experience, we know what it takes to succeed in challenging drug cases in Illinois. We meticulously review all aspects of your case, from how the evidence was collected to how the police officer interacted with you during interrogations. If the drugs were collected in violation of a search warrant or without the officer reading you your Miranda rights, any information subsequently obtained may be withheld from trial — weakening the case against you.
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If you have been arrested for smoking weed, marijuana possession, cocaine possession or other drug offense in Kane County or surrounding areas, discuss your rights and the specifics of your drug case with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Call 630-232-1116 or e-mail us to arrange for your free initial consultation.