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Effective Defense For Drug Possession Charges

Some states have legalized marijuana or relaxed their laws. But in South Carolina, narcotics possession or drug possession of any kind is still vigorously prosecuted. If you are accused of buying, possessing, sharing or selling drugs, it is very important to seek legal advice right away. The penalties for drug possession can include jail, fines and probation, and a drug conviction on your record can cause serious problems in your life.

The Greenville law firm of Ryan L. Beasley, Attorney at Law, provides experienced criminal defense representation for these very serious allegations. I handle the full spectrum of drug crimes, defending clients in both state and federal courts in the Upstate region.

No matter what the charges are, call me right away at 864-991-3379 or 800-761-1985 to protect your rights.

Any Drug, Any Amount Is Serious

In 15 years of practice, I have handled every drug possession scenario, including:

"Possession with intent" is often based strictly on the amount of drugs, essentially charging people as drug dealers with no other evidence. This charge carries higher penalties, giving the government more leverage in its pursuit of a conviction.

I Have A Good Track Record In Drug Crime Defense

As a defense lawyer, I have cultivated strong relationships with prosecutors, which can be a tremendous advantage in these situations. By intervening promptly, I have sometimes convinced the prosecutor to decline charges or file it as a lesser offense. I can then defend you on the merits of the case. Was there probable cause for a traffic stop? Were your Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure violated? Does the evidence tie the drugs to you or did the police simply charge everybody?

Arrange a confidential consultation today by calling 864-991-3379, or filling out my online form. The sooner you reach out, the better your chances of changing the outcome.