If you’ve recently been charged with possession of marijuana, you’ll need the help of an attorney experienced with Indiana’s marijuana laws to prevent a conviction from affecting your future. While other states have begun legalizing possession in small amounts, this isn’t the case in Indiana. Even if the amount you are accused of possessing is legal in another state, you can still find yourself criminally charged in Indiana. This is even true if your marijuana was acquired for medicinal purposes while out of state.
Despite what people think, marijuana charges can have a significant impact on your life. All criminal charges are serious, and marijuana charges are no different. The most serious impact that a marijuana conviction can have is that it can disqualify you from many forms of federal college financial aid. Another major consequence is that apartments will frequently not rent to a person with a drug conviction, even if that conviction is “just” a marijuana case. These are serious charges, and the attorneys at Razumich & Associates will fight for you and do everything possible to protect your rights and your future
The state takes all drug charges seriously, therefore you should do the same. At Razumich & Associates we will research the circumstances of your case to determine whether the evidence gathered against you was legally obtained, and we will make sure that you are being treated fairly by the system. We will work to either reduce or eliminate the most serious penalties you might face.
If you or someone you know was charged with a marijuana offense, contact us today to find out how we can help.