Charged With Possession Of Marijuana? You Need Strong Representation.

Although the laws surrounding marijuana are changing across the United States, Virginia still enforces laws regarding marijuana that carry serious consequences. Whether you were pulled over for a minor traffic violation and the police found a small amount of marijuana in your possession or your son or daughter was busted while away at college, it's important to protect yourself with experienced legal representation.

What Are My Options After A Marijuana Drug Arrest?

As a Richmond criminal defense attorney, many people come to me with questions after a drug-related arrest. Will this stay on my criminal record? I work for the government; will this affect my job? My son or daughter is in college; will he or she be expelled?

Just as each individual I work with is unique, so too are the circumstances surrounding each case. That is why I work one-on-one with each person I represent. Instead of offering a one-size-fits-all approach, I will work closely with you to develop a defense strategy that accounts for your rights and protects your future.

From the outset I will look for opportunities to keep your record clean. Depending on the circumstances, treatment programs and community service may be an alternative to jail time. In some cases, illegal search and seizure may come into play which could result in a dismissal. Even if the evidence against you is legitimate, there may be opportunities to negotiate a more favorable sentence.

When you reach out to me, I will sit down with you, listen to your side of the story and offer honest, straightforward advice regarding your options. With a clear idea of what you're up against, we can take meaningful action to pursue the most favorable outcome.

Fight Back With Help From An Experienced Defense Lawyer

To schedule a consultation, reach out to me, John A. March, by calling 804-554-3729. You can also send me an email by completing an online contact form. From my office in downtown Richmond, I represent the criminally accused throughout the surrounding Virginia communities.