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Olathe Drug Possession Attorney
More than 10 Years Serving Johnson County
Being charged with drug possession can make life difficult. With law enforcement sometimes making false accusations against you that prosecutors are all too happy to use in punishing you, it is crucial that you have an experienced Olathe drug possession lawyer on your side to fight for your rights. At Duma Law Offices, we know the challenges you face, and we are here to protect your future. You should never fight these charges on your own. Let us help.
Call (913) 782-7072 now or contact Duma Law Offices online to schedule your free over-the-phone consultation about what to do next.
State Laws Against Drug Possession
Under K.S.A. § 21-5706 possession of opiates, narcotics, or stimulant controlled substances is a class 4 felony. This type of felony is punishable by a fine of up to $100,000 and a possibility of 16 months in prison. Possession of any other type of controlled substance is a class A nonperson misdemeanor. This comes with a fine up to $2,500 and a jail sentance up to one year.
Ways to Defend Yourself
Whether or not you are guilty of the accusations made against you, it is crucial that you build a strong case that helps you tell your side of the story. Our firm has decades of experience helping our clients fight the charges made against them by making good use of the law. Sometimes, merely having an Olathe criminal defense lawyer demand that police produce the so-called incriminating evidence can be enough to cast significant doubt on their assertions.
In Kansas, even a simple possession of marijuana can result in huge fines and length jail sentences. The penalties are worse if the drug involved was a more serious one, such as cocaine, heroin, or methamphetamines. Duma Law Offices knows how to help you explain yourself and obtain a more favorable outcome for your situation.
Call (913) 782-7072 now or contact us online to get started planning your case with our Olathe drug possession attorney.
- Police acted unlawfully in their search and seizure of your vehicle or person
- The drugs in question did not belong to you
- No such drugs exist, as shown by the prosecution’s inability to produce them as requested
- You were a victim of entrapment
- The drugs were not illegal, such as if they were mistaken or you had a valid prescription for them
In all these cases, it helps to have more time to build a strong case. The sooner you call our firm, the better chance we will have to understand how to best help you.
At Duma Law Offices, we are honest with our clients. During your free, introductory, over-the-phone consultation, we ask that you do the same. The more we know about what happened during your arrest, the more we will be able to show how law enforcement failed in their duty. With decades of experience and numerous legal industry awards, we are confident in our ability to help you protect your future and obtain the best possible outcome for your tough situation.