Have You Been Arrested For Possessing Or Selling Marijuana?
If you are facing marijuana drug charges in Chicago, do not underestimate the seriousness of the allegations. Marijuana has become a controversial topic, especially since it has become legal in Illinois for medicinal purposes. This does not change the fact illegal possession or distribution of marijuana can result in serious penalties. The implications can be even tougher if you allegedly sold marijuana near a school, place of worship or even a public park. It is crucial to make sure you have an experienced defense attorney in your corner.
Mounting An Aggressive Attack Into The Prosecution’s Drug Charges
At Cheronis, Parente & Levitt LLC, we focus exclusively on criminal defense. Our attorneys have extensive experience defending clients facing felony and misdemeanor drug charges. We handled drug charges long before marijuana became legal for medicinal purposes in Illinois.
We have remained at the cutting edge of the law and knows what rights you are entitled to. You never have to guess where you stand with us. Our attorneys will work aggressively to expose flaws in the drug charges against you.
Defending Against All Types Of Marijuana Charges In Chicago
Just because law enforcement may claim to have incriminating evidence against you, doesn’t mean they do. Our attorneys will go on the offensive attacking the prosecution’s charges against you, including:
Just because we have years of experience handling drug charges does not mean we will make any assumptions about the charges you are up against. Our attorneys will dig into the allegations to uncover any weaknesses in the prosecution’s case. We will ask probing questions to understand if law enforcement stopped your vehicle without having a valid reason to conduct a traffic stop.
You are also protected from an unlawful search. If the police searched your vehicle or home without have a valid search warrant, we will fight for any evidence obtained illegally to be dismissed. You have rights established by the U.S. Constitution. We are committed to making sure law enforcement does not overstep its boundaries and violate your rights.
Our attorneys will hold the prosecution to their burden of proving its case beyond a reasonable doubt. Without enough evidence, the prosecution does not have a case. We will work from the onset to protect your rights with an aggressive defense strategy.