Prince George County Possession of Marijuana Lawyer
Possession of Marijuana in Prince George County VA is prohibited by Virginia Code 18.2-250.1. A conviction can have serious consequences that can drastically affect both your freedom & future. NOTE: An arrest is not a conviction. If you have been accused of possession of marijuana in Prince George County, then you need an experienced Prince George Possession of Marijuana Lawyer.
Penalties may include:
- Loss of driving privileges
- Drug Testing
- Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program
- Community Service
- Excessive fines & court costs
- Loss of employment and employment opportunities
Virginia Marijuana Penalties
Effective Marijuana Possession Lawyers Prince George VA
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law is an established local law firm with over 45 years of collective criminal law experience. Our Prince George VA Marijuana Possession Attorneys can help you understand the charge you are facing, the possible defenses of your case, and the consequences of a conviction. We examine the facts and circumstances surrounding your arrest, whether the police violated the Fourth Amendment, whether the police had reasonable suspicion to stop you, whether any warrant was supported by probable cause, and whether any other violations may have tainted the seizure of evidence the prosecution will attempt to use against you at trial. You can often prevail on several defense objections or motions, even if you think you are guilty.
Successful Prince George County Possession of Marijuana Lawyer Client Reviews
Prince George VA Possession of Marijuana DISMISSED
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law represented a school teacher client from Chesapeake VA, who was arrested for Possession of Marijuana in Prince George VA, in violation of Va. Code 18.2-250.1. Our client was the passenger of a motor vehicle that was approached by the Prince George police officer at a local filling station. There was an issue in the case dealing with the lawfulness of the police detention of our client and his travel companion and a later search of the motor vehicle involved in the case. After negotiating the issues with the Commonwealth Attorney, our client was happy to avoid a trial and a possible conviction by completing some community service in exchange for having the allegation dismissed.
In some cases, depending on the strength of the Commonwealth’s case and the unique circumstances of the client’s needs, the best option may be to resolve the case by agreement with the Court and the Commonwealth. This can only be realistically accomplished with the assistance of an accomplished Prince George County Possession of Marijuana Lawyer. Do not give up hope and protect your rights by contacting us today for a free no, obligation initial consultation.
Let us review YOUR case. We can help!
11/10/2015 | Updated 2/22/2020