In addition to the possibility of jail time, heavy fines and other criminal penalties, a drug possession conviction will leave a permanent black mark on your record. This means that every time a potential employer, landlord or other party does a background check on you, your drug possession conviction will appear.
Do not take unnecessary chances with your job opportunities, educational opportunities, reputation and future. Turn to Rob McKinney for experienced counsel and representation. Mr. McKinney, who is rated AV Preeminent* (the highest rating possible), has been defending clients accused of drug crimes and other offenses for more than 20 years. He knows exactly what it takes to develop a meticulous and effective defense strategy against charges of:
- Misdemeanor drug possession
- Felony drug possession
- Possession of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, meth, Ecstasy, etc.
- Unlawful possession of prescription drugs
- Intent to distribute
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Drug trafficking
Skilled Drug Possession Lawyer In Tennessee
If you are accused of drug possession, Mr. McKinney has the legal knowledge and skill to fully investigate all potential weaknesses in the prosecution's case. In cases where law enforcement violated a person's constitutional rights, for instance, he can often use this flaw to get the charges reduced or dismissed. He will look at the traffic stop, the search and seizure process, witness testimony and all other facets of the case.
Have you been charged with marijuana possession, meth possession or any other drug crime in Tennessee? If so, schedule a free initial consultation with our Nashville drug possession law firm today. Simply call 615-686-2115 or contact us through this website. Our lawyer defends clients charged with misdemeanor and felony drug crimes throughout the state.
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