Lake County Drug Possession Defense Attorney
Waukegan Drug Trafficking Defense Lawyer
When you seek a drug crime charge attorney, you want one who has the skills and experience to reduce the risks and consequences of your case. More importantly, however, you want one who is responsive to your needs and who will help you overcome this legal hurdle. Lake County drug possession defense attorney, Al Wysocki is a skilled criminal defense lawyer in Illinois.
He uses his experience as a former judge in Lake County, former prosecutor and former criminal law professor to effectively handle drug charges involving:
- Drug sales
- Drug distribution
- Possession with intent to distribute
Mr. Wysocki has more than 30 years of experience in the legal field. He has represented numerous clients throughout northeastern Illinois in everything from growing Marijuana to trafficking cocaine. His unique experience and background allows him to view cases from every angle and expose problems in the prosecution's case against you.
In addition, Mr. Wysocki is a highly respected attorney throughout Lake County, McHenry County and Cook County. He is known as an honest, ethical and truthful attorney who gives his clients personal attention and keeps them informed throughout the legal process.
If you want an experienced criminal defense attorney who works with you to reach a successful outcome, request your free case evaluation with lawyer Al Wysocki in Waukegan, Illinois.
Can You Get Probation for a Felony Drug Charge in Texas?
In Texas, you can get probation for a felony drug charge as long as you were never convicted even if you also have a criminal history in the past for a felony drug charge. State jail felony punishments can range in punishment from a minimum of 6 months and a maximum of 2 years in the State Jail and up to a $10,000 fine. You maybe eligible for probation, which requires a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 5 year probation sentence.
What is the Punishment for Possession of a Controlled Substance in Texas?
In Texas, the punishment for possession of a controlled substance is either a “Class B” or “Class A” misdemeanor. This carries a penalty of up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $4,000, depending on the type of drug. If you were in possession of a drug that is under Penalty Group 1, the charge may be considered a misdemeanor with one to two years in jail and a fine to be determined in court.
Alternatives to Incarceration
One penalty for drug possession and trafficking is mandatory prison time. However, a good lawyer may be able to reduce the penalties and work out an agreement with the state's attorney.
Mr. Wysocki acts early in drug crime cases. His experience in criminal defense, knowledge of Illinois drug laws, and reputation as an honest and ethical lawyer works in his clients' advantage. Often he can mitigate the consequences and have his client enroll in a drug rehabilitation program and put on probation, rather than serve time in jail.
Contact Mr. Wysocki to discover how to put his experience and reputation on your side.
Unbiased Advice, Honest RepresentationWhat Sets Us Apart?
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.