Plainfield Drug Crime Attorneys
Protect Your Rights with The Law Offices of David Lee
Drug offenses care taken seriously in Illinois and those accused of drug charges can be exposed to both crippling fines and serious jail or prison sentences. If you or a loved one have been charged with possessing, selling, making, or importing drugs, it is critical that you speak to proven counsel experienced in handling these types of cases.
At The Law Offices of David Lee, our legal team consists of a former prosecutor who is well-versed in how the state of Illinois pursues convictions in drug cases. Our firm understands the challenges these defendants and their loved ones face in these cases and how to ensure that the allegations against them receive the attention and scrutiny they deserve.
Do not face your charge without a proven Plainfield drug crime lawyer by your side. Contact our firm today to learn more about your defense options with a free case evaluation.
Drug Charges in Illinois
Illinois drug statutes cover an array of different prohibited activity involving controlled substances. These vary from statutes addressing simple possession to those that are meant to apply to individuals believed to be taking part in a larger, illicit economy.
Our firm can help you with criminal charges concerning:
- Unlawful possession
- Unlawful delivery of a controlled substance
- Unlawful manufacturing
- Unlawful sale
"How Serious Is My Drug Charge?"
The seriousness of a drug charge can be dependent on several factors. These include the volume of the controlled substance involved, the type of controlled substance involved, and even the accused's criminal background. Some cases of possession can be considered misdemeanors. Most other charges are considered felonies.
It's critical to trust your case with a lawyer who is aware of how prosecutors build their cases against drug crime defendants. As a former prosecutor, Attorney David Lee understands the ins and outs of Illinois drug laws and how to protect our clients in our local court system.
If you have been charged, time is of the essence. Call our offices at (630) 796-7699 today to learn more about what can be done for your case.