Reno Drug Possession Attorney
Consult with a Former Prosecuting Attorney
An arrest or conviction for possession or distribution of drugs brings
more than potential prison time. Future jobs, housing, loan applications,
and other processes can be hindered by a mark on your record. The Law
Offices of Kenneth A. Stover provides you with access to a criminal defense
attorney who is a former prosecutor in the state of Nevada.
This gives your case an edge, as we are familiar with common tactics the
prosecution uses in all drug crimes cases. This edge may help protect
your record. Our
Reno drug possession lawyer has the experience you need to face your charges.
Our Reno Drug Possession Lawyer Stands Up to the Prosecution
Charges of possession or distribution can mean anywhere from two years
to life in prison if you're convicted. Don't risk it. Instead,
call our criminal defense firm. We offer free initial consultations for
all drug crimes cases.
With more than 25 years of experience on both sides of the Nevada criminal
justice system, you can trust that we have the tactics you need to get
the best possible results. As a Reno criminal defense firm, we have taken
many cases to trial and verdict. We work to mitigate criminal liability
and damage to your future.
Avoid Stiff Penalties for Drug Possession & Distribution
The state of Nevada has enacted very severe punishments for drug possession.
Amount of the drug in possession is taken into consideration, as well
as the type of drug.
- Consequences are evaluated on a case-by-case basis:
- If you are caught with more than one ounce of any schedule I controlled
substance, with the exception of marijuana, you face ten years to life
- Mandatory prison sentence is applied for possession of four grams or more
of any schedule I controlled substance, other than marijuana.
- No probation available for possession of four grams or more, mandatory
If you are charged with marijuana possession, the immediate penalties are
less severe, but the arrest and conviction are still on your record and
will impact your life.
Were Your Rights Violated?
If law enforcement violates the constitution, you may not be liable for
violating the law. Sometimes, police mishandles an arrest, violating your
constitutional rights. As your criminal defense attorney, we thoroughly
review the prosecution's evidence against you and work with you to
create a defense strategy that meets your goals. Whether you choose to
accept a plea bargain or go to trial, we can fight for your best interests.
Your Future Is at Stake
Don't let a mistake ruin your life. Call the
Reno drug possession attorney at Law Offices of Kenneth A. Stover at (775) 502-1575 today.
Free consultations are available for all cases involving drug possession and distribution charges.