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Assertive Legal Representation In Drug Possession Cases

Drug possession charges can be brought by a prosecutor in conjunction with, in addition to or separately from a DUI charge. In Illinois, law enforcement personnel frequently arrest motorists who are accused of possessing marijuana, cocaine and other drugs on their persons or in their vehicles.

If you were arrested for DUI and charged with possession of drugs found in your vehicle, you could face time in jail and other serious consequences like fines and the loss of your license, even if the amount of the drug is small. You need strong legal representation from a lawyer who will fight for your rights and help you resolve the case with minimal damage to your life.

Help With Illinois Possession Charges

At Ramsell and Associates, LLC, our attorneys have criminal defense and DUI defense experience that goes back to 1986. We can help you immediately if your case involves:

  • A DUI charge based on evidence of drug-related impairment or a positive drug test without impairment
  • A criminal charge of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver or drug delivery
  • An accident that caused property damage, injury and/or death

Every case is different. The successful defense of some possession cases will rely on probable cause and search and seizure issues, while other cases will be resolved by working with the court to obtain probation, counseling and other positive outcomes when the evidence is strong.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Looking for a drug possession lawyer in DuPage County or elsewhere in Illinois? Call 1-800-342-5384 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation.