San Diego Drug Possession With Intent To Sell Defense Lawyer
Drug Possession Defense Attorneys
A charge of drug possession with intent to sell requires evidence of a larger amount of drugs than would be expected for personal use. Of course, other indicia of drug sales may be present. When you are charged with drug possession with intent to sell, you face serious penalties including fines and prison time if convicted. The conviction is “priorable” – that is, it will increase penalties for any convictions. At the Law Office of Vikas Bajaj, APC, we offer strategic and aggressive advocacy at every stage to aggressively assert your rights and protect your freedom.
Attorney Vikas Bajaj focuses on protecting our clients’ rights, starting with working for the dismissal of drug related charges. We provide experienced defense representation and will take all necessary action to yield results in your case. Contact us for an immediate consultation or case evaluation.
Intent to sell vs. simple possession
Charges of intent to sell or distribute drugs are far more serious than simple possession charges. The prosecution will decide how to charge you based on the amount of drugs found in your possession. Our attorneys have experience handling the complexities of drug cases involving sale and distribution. We will begin an immediate investigation to collect necessary evidence and will seek to defeat the charges or mitigate the penalties in your case.
Transportation/possession of marijuana for sale – DISMISSED
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We handle drug possession cases involving:
- Prescription drugs
- Spice & Bath Salts
- “Pay and Owe” Sheets
Drug Possession with Intent to Sell Charges and Your Fourth Amendment Rights
Drug possession with intent to sell usually involves a search of the defendant’s person, car or home, and the seizure of drugs or paraphernalia incident to arrest. The prosecution will base its case on the evidence that law enforcement gathered. Our attorneys will investigate the actions of the officers during the search and seizure and challenge any evidence that was illegally obtained. Not all defense attorneys have experience in this area – Mr. Bajaj does. The suppression of evidence can lead to the dismissal of your case or reduce the charges you face.
Contact the Law Office of Vikas Bajaj, APC for a free consultation with a top-notch San Diego, California, criminal defense lawyer dedicated to your rights and focused on providing optimal results in your possession with intent case.
Free consultation • Payment plans available • Credit cards accepted • Located on the top floor of the NBC building in downtown San Diego