Rely On Our Legal Experience In Possession Cases

When it comes to possession charges in South Carolina, the severity of a charge is completely contextual based on the scheduling of a drug. These types of charges can run the gamut from a maximum of 30 days in jail to two years in prison. And it is constantly changing.

The nuances of these cases are immensely subtle, nuanced and complicated, so it is critical to reach out to counsel who brings comprehensive knowledge and a total willingness to understand your circumstance to work toward the best possible outcome.

Drug Possession Defense Lawyers Who Work Hard For You

Because we have nearly a quarter century of criminal defense experience, there is no possession issue for which we are not prepared. We know completely the concern and angst that people have when facing a possession charge — particularly the worry of losing a driver's license. We do not like to see people get run over by the legal system.

As such, we are ready to bring our attorneys' comprehensive knowledge to seek an ideal outcome in any possession charge. We strongly urge you to reach out as soon as possible so that we can formulate an ideal plan for mitigation of consequences or even dismissal. Our firm is prepared to work one-on-one to fully understand your unique circumstances, wants and needs.

To discuss any drug charge, including marijuana possession, in a free initial consultation with a Clemson drug possession lawyer, call 864-551-4370 or email us.