Stafford County Possession of Marijuana Cases Have Strict Penalties
Call 703-215-1114 to receive a free consultation with Luke Nichols: coauthor of the Virginia Drug Crimes Defense Manual and Stafford possession of marijuana lawyer
Stafford county is notorious for being rough on people accused of drug crimes and possession of marijuana is no exception. While the rest of the county may be liberalizing its marijuana possession laws, Stafford County continues to take this crime very seriously.
If you are convicted of possession of marijuana in Stafford County you will lose your right to drive for six full months. A six month license suspension for possession of marijuana is a mandatory punishment. This means that the suspension is automatic and the judge has no choice in the matter.
In addition to a license suspension, a person’s first conviction for possession of marijuana comes with up to 30 day in jail and $500 in fines. A second, third, fourth or subsequent marijuana conviction can get you up to 12 months in jail, $2,500 in fines and the mandatory six month license suspension.
These are all very serious punishments, however don’t let that scare you. Just because you can be put in jail for possession of marijuana in Stafford does not mean that you will go to jail. Before you begin worrying, call the lawyers of Nichols & Green PLLC for a free consultation 703-215-1114. Our attorneys can tell you what the likely outcome of your Stafford county possession of marijuana case will be.
Call 703-215-1114 to speak to Stafford possession of marijuana attorney Luke J. Nichols.
At Nichols & Green we defend our clients from all types of criminal charges and each year we defend hundreds of people from criminal charges. Our lawyers have made possession of marijuana a particular area of focus. We are always happy to share our experience and knowledge with anyone charged with possession of marijuana in Stafford County.
Mr. Nichols and Mr. Green have spent a lot of time and resources researching and studying the various legal and forensic issues involved in drug possession cases. Together, Mr. Nichols and Mr. Green wrote the Virginia Drug Crimes Defense Manual. They have also studied the complex constitutional issues surrounding searches and seizures and the various forensic issues involved in drug testing.
Between these two lawyers there is over 30 years of experience practicing law. If you have been charged with possession of marijuana in Stafford county call 703-215-1114 today to set up an appointment with these attorneys.
Get a Free Consultation About your Stafford County Possession of Marijuana Case.
Anyone charged with possession of marijuana in Stafford County can call our lawyers for free consultation today 703-215-1114
During your free consultation we will discuss your case in detail. We will talk to you about the potential consequences of conviction, we will discuss the likely outcome of your case, we will talk to you about what defenses you may have, we will instruct you on how to prepare for your trial and will explain exactly what we would do to defend you.
After your consultation is over, we will give you a written contract with our flat fee in writing and we will explain to you our payment plans and payment methods. We will also give you a list of things you can do to prepare for your trial and list of resources to help you prepare.
All consultations are confidential. Call 703-215-1114 today to meet with a lawyer about your Stafford county possession of marijuana case. We are happy to talk to you over the phone or in person.