Tucson Marijuana Crime Defense Attorneys
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With the passing of recent legislature, marijuana offenses are now treated less seriously in comparison to other drug crimes. They are, however, still considered a Class 6 felony for possessing any amount, but those charges who do not have prior offenses on their record may qualify for a diversion program, instead of jail or prison time. Completion of the program allows the charge to be dismissed and the conviction will not show up on your criminal record.
Fight for the best possible results in your case. Our Tucson drug crime attorneys will request diversion, if eligible, and will negotiate with the prosecution on your behalf. Call (520) 252-4046 now.
Possession for Sale Charges
Possession of marijuana for sale is a much greater offense over simple possession. Even if there isn’t any proof that you did sell, or were intending to sell, the higher charge may still be pursued for a number of reasons. This includes the amount of marijuana in question or the presence of any additional paraphernalia, such as scales or individual bags. These issues can enhance your sentence, and if you are found with any amount over four pounds, you will face a mandatory prison sentence.
Trust Your Arizona Lawyer No Matter What Your Charge
It is incredibly important that you call our Tucson drug crime attorneys as soon as possible. Our criminal defense firm will provide an in-depth look at your charges, including any possible violations made by police during or after your arrest.
No matter the amount, if you have been charged with possession of marijuana you do have the risk of spending time in jail. Call us at (520) 252-4046 or contact us online for a free initial consultation today.