Possession Of Heroin For Sale

Have You Been Accused Of Selling Heroin In Los Angeles?

Possession of drugs is a crime that can lead to time behind bars. However, possessing drugs with the intent to sell, is even worse. If you have been accused of heroin possession for sale, you need to understand what you will likely be up against and the type of punishment you may be facing.

There is no question that prosecutors are tough on people accused of selling heroin. They want to make sure that these alleged drug dealers pay for their crimes. These cases sometimes end up in the media, as a story of a local woman shows. CBS Local picked up a story of a single mother of four children who had allegedly been found selling heroin in the Santa Clarita area. She was booked on suspicion of possession of heroin for sale.

What Type Of Punishment Are You Facing?

If you have been accused of selling heroin in Los Angeles County, you will likely be charged with a felony. A felony is a more serious crime than a misdemeanor, which typically means a harsher penalty. Being found guilty of such a crime can result in years in prison and a hefty monetary fine. The punishment can vary depending on the factors of your case. It is important that you talk with an experienced Torrance drug defense lawyer for advice.

How A Drug Defense Lawyer Can Help

A lawyer will be able to help you by reviewing the police reports, witness statements, and other evidence against you. But that's not all. An attorney can also look at the entire case to determine if your constitutional rights were violated or if there were mistakes made by law enforcement.

Ernenwein & Johnson, LLP, has experienced Los Angeles criminal defense lawyers with over 40 years of combined experience defending persons accused of possessing drugs with the intent to sell.

Robert Ernenwein and Stephanie are both former Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys. Robert is certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. He has been named a Super Lawyer by Los Angeles magazine and has appeared as a legal analyst on multiple cable news programs, including Fox News.

Have you or someone you know been charged with possessing drugs with the intent to sell or any other crime? Contact Ernenwein & Johnson, Los Angeles and Orange County criminal defense lawyers, today at 310-341-7483 for a free case review.