Protect Yourself From Drug Possession Charges
The public’s attitude toward drug use is quickly changing. However, for the time being, drug possession remains a serious criminal offense in Arizona. If caught with even a small amount of a controlled substance, you could face penalties that affect your life permanently.
Craig Williams, the founding defense attorney of Craig Williams, Attorney at Law, PLLC, has protected hundreds of clients in the Prescott metro area from drug-related criminal penalties. With more than 20 years of experience, we provide knowledgeable and aggressive criminal defense in possession cases involving:
- Prescription drugs, including opioids
We have countless positive outcomes under our belt, including dismissed charges, reduced charges, not guilty verdicts and diversion sentencing. We will work tirelessly to reach the best outcome available to your case.
I Think That Cops Searched My Car Illegally. What Can I Do?
The police cannot search your home, vehicle or bag without a search warrant, probable cause or your explicit permission. However, not all cops obey the law. If a police officer finds drugs in your possession after an unreasonable search and seizure, you may still avoid criminal drug charges. Craig can work to determine whether the police violated your rights when conducting a search. If they did, he will fight aggressively to ensure that the court does not charge you.
Get Help From A Lawyer For Possession Charges
Even if you have not been arrested or charged, you should hire an attorney to protect you during an investigation. Contact Craig Williams, Attorney at Law, PLLC, to schedule a consultation where Craig can assess your case. To get help from Craig, call 928-759-0000 or send an email.