Nashville Marijuana Possession Attorney
Nashville Marijuana Laws
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 allegedly in your possession, it can even be charged as a felony.
If you or a family member has been arrested on marijuana charges, do not take this matter lightly. Turn to May McKinney in Nashville, Tennessee, for experienced criminal defense counsel. Our almost 80 years of combined experience and holistic, team approach help us secure favorable results in even the most complex marijuana possession cases.
Call our Nashville marijuana possession lawyers today at (615) 265-6383 for a confidential review of your weed possession case.
Consequences of a Marijuana Possession Conviction in TN
A conviction on marijuana possession charges could even result in the 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 you are charged with a felony, you could face years in prison and fines. You need a skilled lawyer to protect your interests.
How to Get a Possession Charge Dismissed in TN
If this is your first offense, our Nashville marijuana possession attorneys can work to get the charges dismissed. If you are charged with felony possession, sales, or cultivation of marijuana, we can use our 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.
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