If you have been charged with possession of marijuana in Arlington County you may be shocked to discover how harshly Arlington County deals with possession of marijuana.
Despite the recent liberalization of marijuana laws in other states, possession of marijuana in Arlington Virginia is a criminal offense. Conviction for marijuana possession will remain on your permanent adult record forever.
A first offense marijuana possession charge comes with a mandatory six month license suspension regardless of whether or not you were driving while in possession. First offense marijuana possession can come with up to 30 days in jail and a $500 fine. A second or subsequent conviction can result in up to 12 months in jail and $2,500 in fines. All drug convictions come with a six month license suspension.
However, just because you can be put in jail for possession of marijuana does not mean that you will be put in jail. Additionally, there is not guarantee that you will even be convicted.
There are many defenses to possession of marijuana charges and an experienced attorney can explain what defenses you have against possession of marijuana charges.
If you need an Arlington possession of marijuana lawyer call Nichols & Green pllc
If you have been charged with possession of marijuana call Nichols & Green pllc and get a free consultation with a criminal defense attorney today. Our lawyers defend hundreds of people each year and we are happy to share our experience and knowledge with you.
Garrett D. Green was born and raised in Falls Church and has been practicing law in Arlington County and Northern Virginia for over 25 years. Mr. Green has an impeccable reputation for integrity and professionalism. Mr. Green is also well versed in the legal issues surrounding drug possession crimes and he is a coauthor of the Virginia Drug Crimes Defense Manual.
Luke J. Nichols is Mr. Green’s law partner and coauthor of the Virginia Drug Defense Manual. Mr. Nichols has spent much of his career studying search and seizure law and drug testing procedures.
If you have been charged with possession of marijuana in Arlington call Mr. Green and Mr. Nichols and they will be happy to discuss your case in person or over the phone, (703) 383-9222. All initial consultations are free and confidential.
Get a Free Consultation with a Lawyer about Your Arlington County Marijuana Case
When you call Nichols & Green pllc for a free consultation you will get a chance to have a detailed conversation with a lawyer who has handled many possession of marijuana cases in Arlington County. As part of that conversation we will discuss what defenses you may have, what the likely outcome of your case is, what you can do to prepare for your case, exactly what we charge and we will provide you with a written contract and list of resources to help you prepare for your case.
Anyone charged with possession of marijuana in Arlington County can call us to set up an appointment to talk over the phone or in person. Our attorneys will listen what you have to say and answer your questions. Call (703) 383-922 to set up your free consultation.