Charges of drug possession and possession with intent to deliver are some of the most common drug offenses, but they carry extremely serious consequences that can put your future and freedom at risk. At Godoy Law Office, our Chicago drug defense lawyers have in-depth experience handling such cases, and we are available to present a strong case for your defense. We represent people whom the police allegedly caught:
The police cannot simply stop you without a valid cause for doing so, pat you down, find drugs and then charge you with possession. You have rights protected by the United States Constitution, and our firm is ready to defend you after authorities violated those rights.
The Fourth Amendment protects you against unlawful search and seizure. If police illegally obtained evidence against you, our team of Chicago drug possession defense attorneys can file a motion to suppress the illegally obtained evidence. This can work toward prosecutors dropping your charges or an acquittal. We do everything possible to work toward the results you need. Our firm’s possession with intent defense attorneys are skilled negotiators and fierce trial lawyers.
The difference between possession charges and possession with intent to deliver charges is the quantity of the substance. If you face charges of a felony drug offense for possession with intent to deliver, drug trafficking or conspiracy, call us. We understand how prosecutors will look to compile evidence against you, and we know how to counter their strategies.
If you face drug charges, you need to partner with a skilled criminal defense team. To schedule an initial consultation, contact us online or call us. Our lawyers offer jail visits.