A Drug Possession Conviction Can Impact Your Life

All drug possession charges should be taken seriously. Even misdemeanors like possession of marijuana can lead to serious consequences. One that catches many people by surprise is that if they plead guilty to possession of marijuana, they could face driver's license suspension. Possession charges involving harder drugs are felonies with even more serious consequences. At Beckdefense, we are ready to protect you from these consequences.

With more than 20 years of experience on our side, we know how to protect your rights and help you navigate the criminal justice system. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact us online, or call 251-517-0964 or toll free at 866-935-0465.

Defense Against Misdemeanor Drug Possession Charges

Misdemeanor should not be confused with minor. While it is true that misdemeanors do not come with the level of penalties that accompany felonies, they do come with penalties that can have a major impact on your life. You want a lawyer who will fight to prevent that impact.

Our founding lawyer is a former criminal prosecutor, so he knows exactly how prosecutors and judges handle drug possession cases. We use our knowledge to defend against misdemeanors involving possession of marijuana, possession of prescription drugs without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Defense Against Felony Drug Possession Charges

Possession charges involving harder drugs are often felonies. Harder drugs include cocaine, meth and heroin. We will prepare your case for trial, knowing that is a step we may have to take in order to achieve our goal: to have the case dismissed or you found not guilty.

Free Initial Consultation with a Baldwin County Marijuana Possession Attorney

We answer our phones 24/7. Throughout your case, you will always have access to the support you need. To speak with an experienced Mobile and Baldwin County drug possession attorney, contact us online, or call 251-517-0964 or toll free at 866-935-0465.