Millions of Americans are in jail for drug-related crimes, many of them simple possession charges. This represents a significant problem for American society, but on a smaller level, it demonstrates that prosecutors are not shy about pursuing drug charges against defendants. Prosecutors often push for strict sentences in drug cases because defendants tend not to have the resources to afford sound legal representation. As such, these cases become fertile ground for district attorneys to build their reputations as being “tough on crime.” Illinois has unusually strict drug laws and severe penalties that make the need for a skilled Waukegan or Lake County, IL drug crimes attorney vital to determining the outcome of your case.
There are a wide range of crimes that fall under the category of “drug-related.” The sentences you could be facing for these crimes range from probation to lengthy prison terms. It depends on the seriousness of the charges, as well as the skill of your criminal defense attorneys. Barry Boches & Associates, Attorney At Law has been representing clients in all types of criminal drug cases including but not limited to drug possession and manufacturing, trafficking and manufacturing all forms of illicit narcotics, including but not limited to Marijuana, Cocaine, Heroin and all forms of Prescription drugs. Schedule a consultation today to speak with Drug Crime Attorneys in Waukegan and Lake County, IL.
- General Information:
- What Are The Main Categories Of Drug Cases?
- Do You Get Higher Or Lower Level Drug Cases?
- Are Diversionary Programs Easy To Get Into When Convicted Of A Drug Crime?
- What Tactics Lead To A Favorable Result In A Drug Case?
- Why Do The Prosecution Negotiate In Drug Cases Although The Law Is Very Strict?
- Do Doctors Ever Prescribe Illegal Drugs As Medication?
- What Are Some Things That Can Mitigate A Drug Case?
- What Are The Differences In The Different Levels Of Drug Cases?
- What Differentiates You From Other Attorneys Who Handle Drug Cases?
- Common Issues:
- Marijuana Laws:
Get your questions answered - call me for your free phone consultation (847) 244-4636.