Possession of marijuana can be either a felony or a misdemeanor. One major factor in determining which it will be is the amount of marijuana you were alleged to have possessed. If you have been arrested for possession of marijuana, it is vital that you ensure that your Fourth Amendment rights were not violated. A well-drafted Motion to Suppress may make all the difference in your case. Our attorneys understand the complex issues that could be the difference between the state dismissing the charges against you and you winding up behind bars.
If you or someone you know is accused of possessing marijuana, you don’t have to plead guilty or no contest and accept the potentially serious consequences that the state will seek. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys work to obtain the best possible results for clients, including dismissal of charges, pre-trial intervention or plea bargaining to a less serious offense. We will counsel you on your best option in the face of a possession charge, and help you decide whether that is a plea bargain, diversion, or taking your case to trial. At The Flynn Law Firm, we have two attorneys who have tried cases as prosecutors, and we use that experience to help predict what the state might do so that we can better advocate your possession of marijuana case. Call us today to discuss how we can help you and represent you in your case.