Legal Strategies for Drug Possession
- The type of drug that you were in possession of can make a significant difference because they are all classified differently.
- Whether or not there is a previous criminal background.
- If you intended to distribute the drugs you were in possession of
- Large amounts of money
- Drug paraphernalia
- Violation of the Fourth Amendment: This occurs when law enforcement search your home or vehicle without a warrant or probable cause. If evidence was obtained without a warrant, it may not be able to be used against you in a trial.
- There is not enough evidence: Sometimes, evidence can go missing which can have an impact on your case. Without the proper evidence, the prosecution’s case may be impacted.
- The drugs weren’t yours: Although this can be difficult to prove, depending on your specific situation, it can be a valid defense. Although in some states, you could still be held responsible.
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