With some states relaxing enforcement of marijuana laws and others making it legal to sell the drug, it's easy for people to think that marijuana possession is no longer a crime. However, possession of marijuana is still a crime in Tennessee. Depending on the quantity of marijuana in your possession, it can even be charged as a felony.
If you or a family member has been arrested on marijuana charges in Tennessee, do not take the charges lightly. Turn to the Law Office of Rob McKinney in Nashville, Tennessee, for experienced weed possession defense.
We offer a free initial consultation. Call us today at 615-686-2115.
A conviction on marijuana possession charges could even result in suspension of your driver's license and loss of eligibility for student loans. It would also result in a permanent criminal record that will affect you every time you look for a job or rent an apartment.
If this is your first offense, Nashville marijuana defense attorney Rob McKinney can usually get the charges dismissed. If you are charged with felony possession, sales or cultivation of marijuana, Mr. McKinney can use his extensive knowledge of the law and of criminal procedure, especially in regard to drug search and seizure law, to find flaws in the prosecution's case to potentially get the charges either reduced or dismissed.
Defense Of Marijuana Possession Charges In Tennessee
Nashville marijuana possession lawyer Rob McKinney has the experience needed to protect your rights and advocate for a positive resolution to your case. To arrange a free initial consultation, please contact us online, or call 615-686-2115.