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Drug possession cases can pose major legal problems, including fines and extensive jail time. When facing such charges, it is in your best interests to seek legal help from a trained attorney in San Diego. Skilled felony drug possession defense lawyer Randy M. Grossman has the legal knowledge to best advise you in your case each step of the way.
Felony drug possession charges are serious drug possession charges. Generally, these cases may involve possession of a relatively small to substantial amount of a controlled substance. Any intent to distribute, sell, transport, or profit from the transfer of said substance can make it a felony charge.
One example of this is if someone is found with more than one ounce of marijuana on his or her person, or if a person is found trying to sell drugs to others. Producing illegal drugs or cultivating illegal drugs are also examples of felony drug possession. Forging multiple medical prescriptions in order to obtain drugs is another example of felony drug possession.
The penalties for felony drug possession vary depending on the circumstances of the case. Obviously the amount of drugs found on a person or the circumstances of the situation will affect the penalties a person will face.
Following a felony drug possession charge, it is in your best interests to contact San Diego criminal defense lawyer Randy M. Grossman. After examining the evidence in your case, Mr. Grossman will determine if your Constitutional rights were violated by the arresting officer or officers. If a search was conducted, it must have been conducted legally and properly in accordance with the law. He will fight to ensure that you receive the fair trial to which you are entitled by law.
If you or someone you love has been charged with felony drug possession in San Diego and need the services of a criminal law and defense lawyer, contact the San Diego Criminal Law Offices of Randy M. Grossman.