Possession of a Controlled Substance

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Although possession of a controlled substance sounds cut and dry, The Lowry Law Firm’s drug possession lawyers know the issues in these cases are not.  Our drug possession lawyers know to look for various things, such as how officers searched for and seized the drugs and whether there is enough evidence to prove the element of possession.  The Firm’s possession charge lawyers don’t leave any stone unturned in evaluating possession cases.  Moreover, they ensure not whether you committed the possession charge, but whether the prosecution can prove it.

The Lowry Law Firm’s possession charge lawyers understand Missouri’s possession charge laws.  Most charges are felonies, but certain amounts of marijuana possession are misdemeanors.  Additionally, most possession of drug paraphernalia charges are misdemeanors.  The Firm’s attorneys know how to analyze cases with respect to the law and how to develop an appropriate strategy to attack possession charges.  They can do that for your case.

Similarly, they know how local prosecutors and judges treat possession offenses.  For instance, typically, a marijuana possession charge will be treated less severely than possession of heroin or possession of methamphetamine.  Knowing the law is obviously valuable, but knowing how prosecutors and judges think provides additional value.

If you are charged with or are a suspect for possession of a controlled substance charge, contact The Lowry Law Firm’s possession charge lawyers immediately.

The Lowry Law Firm’s criminal defense attorneys handle possession charges in the following counties and municipal courts:

  • Franklin County
  • Jefferson County
  • St. Francois County
  • Ste. Genevieve County
  • St. Louis County
  • Washington County
  • Arnold
  • Byrnes Mill
  • Crystal City
  • De Soto
  • Festus
  • Herculaneum
  • Pevely