Joliet Marijuana Possession Defense Lawyer

Since most marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia cases are charged as misdemeanors, individuals tend to deal with these issues a little more casually. However, this is a dangerous attitude as any type of criminal charge or conviction can have a serious impact on your life and future.It is important that you do not take misdemeanor drug charges, or any criminal offense, lightly. You may be facing monetary fines, the loss of your driver’s license, jail time and other potential consequences.

Will County Paraphernalia Charge Attorney

I am Douglas G. DeBoer and have over 25 years of experience handling drug cases, paraphernalia cases and other criminal matters. I have focused my entire practice and career on criminal matters, aggressively pursuing justice for my clients. I work closely with clients to ensure that any outcomes suit their best interest and needs as thoroughly as possible. Call today for a free initial consultation.

Challenging the Charges

It is possible for us to challenge the possession charges you are facing. One avenue to explore is defending you against the alleged “possession.” Just because the marijuana or paraphernalia was in your car, home or even near you does not automatically mean it is yours. Police may want you to believe that you are responsible, but legally the prosecution must prove that the drugs or paraphernalia were yours. If anyone else had access to your home or vehicle, or was with you when you were searched, we may be able to argue that you were not in possession of the alleged substances or materials.

We can also challenge the circumstances surrounding the search and seizure that resulted in the discovery of the drugs or paraphernalia.

Contact a Joliet Marijuana 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 today! Phone calls are answered 24 hours a day. Our office is conveniently located just across the street from the courthouse in Joliet.