Combating the Penalties Stemming from Marijuana Charges
Contrary to popular belief, even the most minor marijuana related charges can have a lasting impact on your future. From limiting your ability to find work to making it difficult to obtain funding for college, marijuana charges can leave a mark on your future that extends beyond the fines and possible jail time you face. These penalties make it important to consult an attorney when facing any marijuana related offense, including possession, distribution or trafficking.
At the law office of Raybin & Weissman, P.C., we leverage more than 100 years of combined legal experience to offer marijuana defense guidance to clients throughout the Nashville area. Our Nashville marijuana defense attorneys have the skills and knowledge needed to help you combat the many penalties stemming from your charges, including:
- Hefty fines
- Jail time
- Mandatory drug counseling
Exploring Every Defense Avenue Available
In some cases, individuals charged with their first offense of marijuana possession may be able to avoid court proceedings through alternative sentencing avenues. Made up of court supervised drug counseling programs, these alternative sentencing avenues may be vital to your future as successful completion of the program may result in the dismissal of your charges.
By carefully examining your case, your background and the evidence against you, we work to provide the information you need to understand your defense options and make the most sound choices possible throughout your proceedings.
Whether you choose to explore alternative sentencing, plea negotiation or court trial, our staff will fight to help you obtain the most favorable results possible in your case.
Contact an Attorney Immediately After You Have Been Charged
If you have been charged with a marijuana related offense, including misdemeanor possession, or felony trafficking, do not wait to contact an attorney. By getting us involved immediately after your arrest, you greatly improve your chances of limiting the damage caused by a conviction.
Contact our office online or call 615-256-6666 to discuss your specific charges during a confidential consultation.