Possession of Methamphetamine: A Violation of California Health & Safety Code §11377(a)
Possession of methamphetamine in California is what is known as a “wobbler”. This means that it can be charged as a felony or a misdemeanor. Our attorneys are skilled at negotiating, and can attempt to get your case charged as a misdemeanor, instead of a felony, so that you don’t have to go to jail.
You have experienced attorneys on your side. Attorney Randy Collins is Of Counsel to CANNABIS LAW GROUP and is available to handle your case. Mr. Collins is a former District Attorney and has practiced exclusively criminal defense for over seven years. He served as a Prosecuting Attorney for the County of Riverside for several years before going into private practice. Mr. Collins has prosecuted hundreds of cases and performed numerous jury and non-jury trials. Having been a District Attorney, he knows what it takes to get you the best result possible on your case.
Many times, the methamphetamine was discovered as the result of an unlawful search and seizure. If this is the case, we may be able to get the charges reduced or even dismissed by filing a motion to suppress the evidence.
Do not go to court alone because the District Attorney only cares about obtaining a conviction from you. A public defender will usually not have the time to devote to your case to get you the best result.
Call CANNABIS LAW GROUP today at 714-937-2050. The consultation is free and with no obligation. Our drug defense attorneys are up to speed on all the drug laws and sentencing rules. We will give you honest legal opinions regarding your case and we will fight hard for your rights.
Our attorneys will meet with you one on one and consult with you for free, letting you know if you have a viable defense to these charges and what you can expect from our representation. The consultation is free and there are no obligations. Our fees are reasonable and we accept credit cards. Our firm also has payment plans available.