Illinois Attorneys Representing Those Charged with Drug Crimes in DuPage County
Over the past 10 years, drug convictions have accounted for a significant part of the increase in Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) admissions.
Almost all drug charges, except for possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana, are felonies, and subject to prison sentences of at least one year in prison. The most serious drug crimes - those classified as class X felonies - are subject to sentences ranging from six to 30 years. When combined with other charges such unlawful use of a weapon, a drug conviction can amount to life in prison.
To preserve your freedom and your future, you need a drug crimes defense lawyer who is willing to fight for you. We have obtained dismissals and not guilty verdicts in dozens of felony drug cases, including cases where our clients had more than 20 kilos of drugs in their possession.
We handle all types of drug cases, including:
- Possession of narcotics (such as heroin, cocaine, morphine)
- Possession of marijuana or other controlled substances (such as ecstasy, methamphetamine, LSD.)
- Delivery of a narcotic or other controlled substance
- Sale, manufacture, possession with intent to traffic drugs or narcotics
- Unlawful possession of meth (amphetamine), manufacturing equipment and chemicals
- Using fraudulent prescriptions to obtain prescription drugs illegally
Attorneys Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan are very familiar with constitutional defenses for drug crimes. We will analyze the police reports to find out if the search and seizure was legitimate. Through cross-examination of arresting officers, we can attack their credibility and break down the case against you.
We Win Drug Cases Other Lawyers Send Their Clients To Jail On
Free case evaluation: Don't let anyone pressure you into pleading guilty to a drug charge. Contact a drug crimes defense lawyer at the law offices of Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan today.