The police can charge someone with possessing a controlled substance regardless of whether it is for personal use or for sale.
We handle cases involving:
- Prescription drugs
It is not uncommon for narcotics to be discovered in areas where multiple people are present, or where others have access to the area where the drugs were recovered.
Police commonly arrest whoever owns the area surrounding where narcotics are located, or the person who happens to be closest to them at the time they are discovered.
In many cases, a skilled defense team can present evidence that the narcotics likely belonged to one of a number of other people who may have had access to your home, car, or another location. If the police do not have a confession, or physical evidence tying the accused to the narcotics, the defense can argue that the contraband belonged to someone other than the defendant.
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