Possession of Narcotics: A Violation of Health & Safety Code § 11350

If you have been arrested for violating Health & Safety Code § 11350, possession of narcotics. This letter is to inform you that our drug defense attorneys are here to help you. Our lawyers are experienced in representing clients being charged with possession of narcotics. Our lawyers focus on drug cases and know exactly what it takes to defend you and get the best result possible.

Attorney Randy Collins is of counsel to Cannabis Law Group. Mr. Collins is a former District Attorney and has practiced exclusively criminal defense for over seven years. Mr. Collins was a prosecutor 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 prosecuted cases like yours before, he knows what it takes to get you the best result possible on your case.

For example, in March 2012, Cannabis Law Group obtained a complete dismissal of two felony marijuana counts filed in West Covina against our client, a medical marijuana collective operator.

With regards to narcotic possession cases like yours, in most cases, we can negotiate a plea agreement with the District Attorney so that you do not have to do any jail time. We can usually get a drug diversion or “Proposition 36” program for you, which can result in the charges being dismissed.

In some cases, narcotics are discovered as the result of an unlawful search and seizure. We will review the police report and the evidence and speak with you. If the narcotics in your case were discovered as the result of an unlawful search and seizure, we may be able to get your case dismissed or the charges reduced, by filing a motion with the court to suppress the evidence.

Call CANNABIS LAW GROUP today at 714-937-2050 for a free consultation. Our drug defense attorneys are up to speed on all the drug laws and sentencing rules. We will consult with you regarding your case and inform you what we can do. 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, so call now.

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