Defend Yourself Against Accusations Of Drug Violations By Working With An Experienced Lawyer

If you were arrested for the possession of illegal drugs — even marijuana — you are likely facing serious felony charges. Depending on the amount of illegal drugs the authorities found, that same possession charge can turn into drug distribution charges, which can carry even more severe penalties.

If you have been charged with a drug crime in Virginia, there's no time to waste. An experienced attorney can explain what you're up against while protecting your rights.

The Police Searched My Car And Found Drugs. What Do I Do?

I am attorney John A. March. If you or a loved one has been accused of drug possession, distribution or another drug-related offense in Richmond or one of the surrounding communities, I will step in and defend your interests.

With more than 17 years of experience handling drug cases in state and federal courts, I understand the pressures you're up against. I've witnessed the laws overseeing drugs like marijuana evolve and know how the area judges and prosecutors approach these types of cases. By working together, we can explore all possible options for reducing the charges or achieving a dismissal. I will outline treatment options, negotiate with the prosecution, and if necessary, execute a comprehensive trial strategy.

I will work to minimize the charges and potential consequences when you are faced with:

  • Marijuana possession
  • Possession of cocaine, including crack cocaine
  • Heroin possession
  • The illegal possession of prescription drugs
  • Possession of paraphernalia
  • Possession with intent to distribute drugs/PWID

A drug arrest can significantly alter your life. You could go to jail, be hit with costly fines, have your driver's license revoked, and be left with a permanent stain on your criminal record. Don't accept these and other consequences — fight back with help from a drug defense lawyer who knows what it takes to aggressively and intelligently protect your future.

I Don't Judge. I Defend.

Reach out to my firm, John A. March, Attorney at Law, and learn how I can help you or a loved one build a strong defense against drug charges. Call me directly at 804-554-3729 or send me an email by completing an online contact form. I work one-on-one with my clients and will provide the personal attention and counsel you deserve.