Defense Against Serious Felony And Misdemeanor Drug Charges
In addition to heavy fines and jail time, drug charges, no matter how minor, can stay on your permanent record and affect your ability to obtain employment, attend college or join the armed forces. If you have been charged, or are under investigation for an alleged felony or misdemeanor drug crime, it is in your best interests to seek experienced legal representation.
The Law Office of Jessica Koester, LLC, helps clients with all types of criminal charges, including drug possession, trafficking and other drug crimes. It is important to fight these types of charges at every step, and the firm is fully prepared to provide personal attention, sound advice and strong advocacy throughout the process.
Representation For Possession, Trafficking And Other Drug Charges
Illinois is cracking down on drug crimes, particularly for felony and misdemeanor possession or sale of marijuana, heroin and other drugs. Like in any serious drug offense, when drug charges involve allegations of distribution or drug trafficking, the skill, knowledge and aggressive stance of your lawyer are critical. Inaction can result in spending decades in prison after a conviction. Even juveniles who are found smoking marijuana or other substances can become ineligible to serve in the military or for student financial aid, loans or grants from the government.
Edwardsville drug crime defense attorney Jessica Koester, founder of this law firm, is fully prepared to represent adults and juveniles with felony or misdemeanor drug charges. She has helped clients with a variety of cases, including high-level serious federal drug charges. It is important to note that allegations of serious drug offenses may get attention of prosecutors in both state and federal court, Depending on your case, strategy may involve arranging for an alcohol or drug evaluation to help minimize the long-term consequences of your arrest. Ms. Koester is also a skilled litigator who will fight for your rights in court.
Protect Your Rights Today: Free Consultations
To schedule a free initial consultation, call 618-307-4192. Or, if you prefer to send an email, fill out the secure online submission form. All phone calls are returned the same day, even outside of regular business hours. The law firm is conveniently located within walking distance of the Edwardsville, Illinois, courthouse. Evening and weekend appointments are available.