Drug Defense Attorney
Drug Defense Attorney
Drug Defense Attorneys – The Attorneys For Freedom. Many people in Arizona are under the false assumption that with the recent changes in marijuana laws in our state that marijuana is now legal in Arizona. Although there have been some changes to laws as they relate to medical marijuana in Arizona, marijuana is not legal to non-card holders in any amount and only legal to card holders who follow very strict guidelines. In addition, marijuana is still illegal for both card holders and non-card holders at the Federal level. You can still be charged with a crime in Arizona for marijuana possession, cultivation, transportation and sales if you do not meet the many guidelines associated with the new medical marijuana laws in Arizona. Drugs such as cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and other drugs remain illegal, as well as the possession of prescription drugs without a prescription. Unless you are a qualified medical marijuana card holder nothing has changed for you and you can still be charged with a drug crime under Arizona law for possessing any illegal drug.
If you have been charged with a drug crime in Arizona you could be facing harsh penalties. These penalties could cost you more than time and money, but your freedom as well. Many drug-related crimes can carry mandatory prison sentences and expensive fines. If you are facing drug-related charges you will want to have the best defense possible. Attorney Marc J. Victor of The Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm is an Arizona State Bar Certified Specialist in Criminal Law. Not all attorneys are certified in their area of practice and only a small percentage of Arizona criminal defense attorneys are certified in criminal law. Don’t take chances with your freedom, put The Attorneys For Freedom on your side for the best possible defense in your drug-related matter.
“We, as criminal defense lawyers, are forced to deal with some of the lowest people on earth, people who have no sense of right and wrong, people who will lie in court to get what they want, people who do not care who gets hurt in the process. It is our job–our sworn duty–as criminal defense lawyers, to protect our clients from those people.” — Cynthia Roseberry