HIRE A DUPAGE COUNTY DRUG CRIME ATTORNEY
The state of Illinois views drug crimes as serious offenses-especially when delivery is involved. Law enforcement often cracks down much harder on delivery of controlled substances, rather than possession, as this is the source of the drug. This type of crime is often associated with drug dealing and can have a long term effect on an individual’s reputation and future. Don’t wait to talk with an attorney about your charge-if you have been accused of delivering controlled substances, you need to seek legal counsel right away.
Let Martin & Kent, L.L.C. put our 42 years of combined legal experience to work for you . We have handled more than 10,000 criminal cases and know how to build a strong defense on our clients’ behalves. We are dedicated and tough legal professionals, providing aggressive representation in the courtroom. Our DuPage County drug crime attorneys gather as much evidence as possible, utilize strong and effective legal strategies for those accused of delivering drugs. We make sure that our clients’ constitutional rights were not violated throughout the process and ensure that they are treated fairly through every step of the case.
ACCUSED OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE DELIVERY IN ILLINOIS?
Even just possessing illegal narcotics is a felony in Illinois. This means that possession with the intent to deliver or actual delivering will carry even more severe penalties.
Some of the most commonly delivered drugs include:
The level of charges will typically depend on the amount of substance found during the arrest. If you are caught with less than a gram, it can result in up to seven years of prison and up to $200,000 in fines. One to fifteen grams may result in a 15 year sentence, fines and a felony mark on your record. Anything above that quantity is classified as a Class X Felony and will increase in penalties.
CALL OUR SUPERB RATED DUPAGE COUNTY DRUG CRIME LAWYERS
When you call on our firm, we will work closely with you to build a strong and effective defense. Our goal is to have your charges dropped, reduced or off your permanent record. You don’t have to go through this time alone, contact our DuPage drug crime lawyers today to discuss your case and receive a free consultation.
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