It is devastating when you or a family member are found guilty of serious crimes like drug charges. Your lawyer could stand between you and a lengthy prison term and hefty fines. Skilled drug crime lawyers have represented many clients facing drug crime charges.
We thoroughly examine every case to get all the details. Our team will uncover any constitutional violation committed by any law enforcement agent and use it to strengthen your case. Our lawyers will work tirelessly to get your drug charges dropped or reduced.
Our team of experienced criminal defense attorneys has successfully defended clients facing a range of drug charges, including the following:
If you are facing a serious drug offense, having a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer is crucial. The Hirsh Law Group has a team of dedicated and knowledgeable attorneys ready to defend your future. Contact us today for a consultation, and let us help you fight the drug charges against you.
Our goal at the Hirsh Law Group is to help you understand the charges filed against you and the penalties your charges carry under Illinois law.
In addition, we will never give up on you. As part of our defense strategy, we will cover everything about your drug-related offense and stand by you from the start until the end.
There is no doubt that a prison sentence can feel like the end of the world. That is why the Hirsch Law Group can offer you aggressive representation to avoid conviction.
We are here for you. Our criminal defense lawyers are available for pretrials, trials, bond hearings, and other court appearances. We will keep you updated on the progress of your case and answer any questions you have along the way.
Don’t face drug charges alone. Contact the Hirsh Law Group today for a free initial meeting so our team can tell you which step to take next!
Jail time for drug charges depends on the severity of your crime. You can spend a few months to over 50 years in jail for severe drug charges such as class x felony charges.
First-time possession of 30-100 grams of drugs is a Class A misdemeanor charge. If you are arrested for a lot of drugs, prosecutors could charge you with a class x felony even if it is your first charge.
The most basic drug charge is a possession of illegal drugs charge. You will get this charge if a police officer arrests you for having illegal drugs on you or in your control. Most times, this charge is treated as a misdemeanor. It can be upgraded to a felony charge, depending on the drugs you had.
The highest drug charge is drug trafficking. This charge can be upgraded to a federal crime if you are caught selling drugs across state lines. Federal drug crimes carry much harsher penalties compared to state charges.