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Possession and use of drugs can have very serious consequences in the state of Arizona. Being in possession of even small amounts of drugs can still carry hefty consequences, especially for those that have been convicted of drug offenses in the past. The expert criminal defense attorneys of The Weingart Firm have extensive experience defending clients facing charges of drug possession for personal use. We effectively utilize the provisions of Arizona Proposition 200 to introduce the options of reducing the severity of charges or for sentencing alternatives including drug treatment and diversion programs such as TASC. Our criminal defense attorneys can make an enormous difference on the disposition of your drug charges in Arizona. Don’t risk your rights and freedom by leaving your future up to the decisions of the court without proper legal representation!
Certain narcotic and dangerous drug offenses can be punished severely in the state of Arizona. If you have been charged with violating the “dangerous drugs and narcotics” statutes then you will be exposed to the risk of incarceration or a lengthy probation sentence. Dangerous drug charges are often combined with other criminal charges such as weapons violations, domestic violence, or motor vehicle crimes which significantly increases the risk of consecutive sentences being handed down by a judge. The exceptionally talented defense attorneys of The Weingart Firm can advise and represent you on your dangerous or narcotic drug charges involving heroin, opiates, cocaine, crack cocaine, ecstasy (MDMA), prescription drug offenses, codeine/hydrocodone, and many others. It’s always better to be properly represented and prepared than to be surprised when it comes to effectively dealing with dangerous and narcotic drug charges in Arizona.
Methamphetamine is an extremely dangerous and powerful drug that has wreaked havoc on the lives of many Arizonans in recent decades. As a deterrent to the possession, use, manufacturing, and distribution of methamphetamine, Arizona has taken a firm stance against those that commit meth crimes. Maricopa County, which encompasses the Tempe, Phoenix, and Scottsdale areas to name a few, has a zero tolerance policy for methamphetamine offenses which means that plea agreements won’t typically be available to help negotiate alternatives to jail or prison sentences. The Weingart Firm can assist you in making the best of an unpleasant situation if you are facing methamphetamine charges in Arizona. Our skilled criminal defense attorneys can help you by using their extensive courtroom expertise to identify and exploit any weaknesses in the prosecution’s case against you.
While marijuana use and possession may be sanctioned in certain states, it’s still illegal in Arizona to cultivate, produce or distribute marijuana. No matter what amount you have in possession, the consequences can still be severe; in fact, just a few pounds or less of the substance can bring a felony charge with it. As Arizona is a state with some of the stricter marijuana laws, we at the Weingart Firm can provide experienced legal representation to help defend your rights and reduce the risk of fines or punishment. Take control of your rights and contact us for a free consultation if you have been charged with possession or distribution of marijuana.