Lake County Drug Crime Lawyer
Facing a Drug Offense in Illinois?
Anytime you are faced with a drug-related charge, it is absolutely essential that you retain the representation of an aggressive defense attorney. Mr. Albert L. Wysocki understands that a criminal charge can be difficult to deal with, but without the guidance of a lawyer, you could be facing very serious penalties.
When you work with Mr. Wysocki, he can take the time to help create a personalized defense for your case. Whether you have been charged with the sale and manufacturing of an illegal or controlled substance, or if you have been charged with a marijuana-related crime, it is important that you contact his Lake County criminal defense firm.
Charges for Drug-Related Offenses Illinois
The state of Illinois follows the federal Drug Enforcement Administration's scheduling for illegal or controlled substances. This drug schedule helps identify the danger and potential for addiction of any drug. Drugs are classified on a scale, and if the drug you were found to be in possession or under the influence of is on the lower end of the drug schedule, then the penalties could be high.
Of course, each individual's particular case will vary, and depending on the type, amount and intended use of the drug found on you, you could be facing a variety of sentencing possibilities. It is important that you disclose the details of your case only to your attorney and that, immediately following an arrest, you contact Albert L. Wysocki Attorney At Law as soon as possible.
What is a Class 4 Felony Drug Possession in Illinois?
A Class 4 Drug Possession in Illinois is when you possess more than 100 but less than 400 grams of heroin, cocaine or morphine, among other drugs. These substances carries a six- to 30-year prison sentence, and increasing amounts carry longer sentences beyond this. Possession of any amount below 15 grams of certain controlled substances – even a barely detectable amount – is also a Class 4 felony offense.
Aggressive Representation Following an Arrest
If you are tried and convicted of the illegal sale, possession, manufacturing or control of an illegal substance, you could be facing prison or jail time, fines, restitution and mandatory court-approved drug awareness courses. It is important that, following an arrest or investigation for a misdemeanor or federal drug-related crime, you contact Albert L. Wysocki right away. Mr. Wysocki can work hand in hand with you to help understand your side of the story and to prepare a personalized defense for your case.
Contact Albert L. Wysocki today to speak with a dedicated and experienced Lake County drug crimes lawyer now.
Decades of Experience
With over three decades of legal experience, Mr. Wysocki has what it takes to win.
Mr. Wysocki will take the time to get to know you & develop a personalized strategy.
A Reputation for Results
Mr. Wysocki will never back down from a challenge & is a strong advocate for his clients.
In-Depth Knowledge of the Law
With a deep understanding of complex criminal cases, Mr. Wysocki will stand up for you.