Joliet Methamphetamine Possession Defense Lawyer
While Ecstasy and LSD may not be the most highly publicized drugs, they are still the center of numerous drug cases, leaving individuals facing serious consequences upon conviction. Methamphetamine is a drug that is on the rise throughout the U.S. and law enforcement officials are aggressively working to put people in possession of meth behind bars.
Will County Ecstasy, LSD Arrest Attorney
I am Douglas G. DeBoer – I bring 30 years of criminal defense experience that I use on behalf of my clients. I do not shy away from even the most serious meth, LSD and Ecstasy possession cases, aggressively seeking the best possible outcome for my clients. My practice focuses solely on criminal defense and I pride myself on my thorough knowledge of the Illinois laws that govern drug possession cases.
Contact us today – call or email us online for a free initial consultation.
In many instances, methamphetamine charges may lead to manufacturing charges, if a search and seizure results in the discovery of a meth lab. If it can be shown that you were involved in the manufacturing of meth, you may be facing even more serious consequences. Jurisdictions around the country are taking a hard line on meth labs. As homemade methamphetamines become more prevalent, law enforcement officials are taking these cases more and more seriously.
Sale and Trafficking
The penalties for the sale and trafficking of Ecstasy, LSD, methamphetamine or any drug are extremely severe as well. You may be looking at double the penalties for possession, as well as a permanent criminal record. In some instances, these cases may end up being federal matters instead of state, leaving you facing lengthy imprisonment in a federal prison.
Contact a Joliet Methamphetamine Possession Defense Attorney for a Free Initial Consultation
For a free initial consultation with the Law Office of Douglas G. DeBoer, call or email us. Phone calls are answered 24 hours a day. Our office is conveniently located just across the street from the courthouse in Joliet.