Pennsylvania Marijuana Attorneys

A marijuana conviction on your record could have serious long-term ramifications. Learn more about the charges so you can make the right decision about your future.

If you or a family member are accused of a crime involving marijuana, you are probably anxious about what will happen.

Despite its widespread recreational use and the passage of Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Act, allowing marijuana in the treatment of some authorized patients with very specific illnesses, in Pennsylvania, marijuana crimes, are treated as seriously as offenses involving other illegal drugs. Without proper medical certification, marijuana is still classified as a Schedule I Drug, and you can draw consequences that range from fines to losing your driver’s license to having to spend months, or even years, in jail.

Working with an experienced defense attorney can make all the difference if you are charged.

An Attorney Can Give You The Counsel You Need

When you are facing a marijuana charge — whether it’s for possession, cultivation, trafficking, or another related offense — hiring a lawyer is more likely to give you the outcome you want in this critical situation.

Prosecutors will not negotiate with you alone. An experienced attorney will have worked with the prosecutors handling your case many times before. They can draw on their relationships and understanding of the local court system to try to get your charges dismissed or reduced.

Your attorney will guide you and give you the knowledgeable advice you need to make the best possible decisions every step of the way.

Strong Defense For Marijuana Crimes

If you are charged with a marijuana crime, your attorney will meet with the prosecution and the police to evaluate the evidence against you. Your attorney will be by your side at hearings and trials, representing you with a strong defense to achieve the best possible outcome. If your attorney achieves a dismissal on your case, he or she can work to clear your name by taking the steps necessary to have your criminal record erased.

Scope of Marijuana Crimes

In Pittsburgh, marijuana crimes include everything from trafficking a kilo to growing a few plants for your own consumption.

Questions? Contact me.

Your rights are at stake and you need the best defense to keep them. I will fight using the strongest defense available to get your Marijuana Crimes charge reduced or dismissed so you can move on with your life.

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