Don’t Let a Drug Charge Wreck Your Future
Oklahoma has some of the toughest marijuana laws in the nation. Your legal rights surrounding Oklahoma marijuana possession charges are only complicated by uncharted legal territory surrounding the legalization of cannabis in certain states. Don’t let these uncharted legal waters affect your Oklahoma City marijuana defense. Call an experienced drug defense lawyer at Laird Hammons Laird for a free legal consultation.
Call our experienced Oklahoma City marijuana lawyers now if you have you been accused of:
- Possession of marijuana or paraphernalia
- Sales / Distribution of marijuana
- Manufacturing or Cultivation
- Driving under the influence of marijuana
Following an arrest in Oklahoma for marijuana possession, you must take fast action. Even the most basic first-offense misdemeanor charge, involving a single joint or minimal amount in your possession, is punishable with jail time up to one year and a substantial fine. Prosecutors will quickly and aggressively pursue a conviction. You need to respond by securing help from an equally efficient marijuana defense lawyer. Call the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Laird Hammons Laird as soon as you can.
What a Marijuana Conviction Could Cost You
You could be looking at up to a year in county jail and a $1,000 fine for misdemeanor charges. Harsh penalties exist for a felony drug conviction – including 2- to 10-year sentences.
Immediate representation from an experienced Oklahoma City drug attorney is vital, even if you are facing a misdemeanor charge. You want to avoid a conviction on your record that could turn a second arrest into a felony. A conviction could also result in suspension of your driver’s license.
Experienced Oklahoma Drug Lawyers On Your Side, Fighting The Charges
If you have been arrested for marijuana, possession, trafficking or sales in Oklahoma, you need experience on your side. We have extensive experience in defending clients against marijuana drug charges and vast resources to protect your rights.
The decisions and actions you take now to fight your marijuana charges can impact your life for years to come. Contact our drug defense attorney to schedule a free consultation.