If you're charged with possession of marijuana, whether it's a misdemeanor or a felony, you might ask yourself what can a lawyer do in that particular case.

That depends on the facts of how you encountered a police officer. So, if a search was done illegally, there could be a Fourth Amendment violation and we could suppress the evidence of that search. For instance, the marijuana itself may be suppressed depending on how the search was done. If a confession was given without the Miranda Rights, or Miranda Warning being read to you, that may be something that can also be suppressed.

You must have representation by an experienced criminal lawyer who has worked in the particular jurisdiction you were arrested in because, with that type of experience, lawyers in the particular jurisdiction will know what the likely penalties are, what your sentence could be, and the best defenses for your case.

If you want to know more about how we can help you with your criminal charge, you can download our free guide "Top 5 Things Most Criminal Defense Attorneys Don't Want You to Know,". You can also contact us directly for personalized legal help for your particular case - we're available 24/7 to answer your questions.