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Heroin Drug Charges

Drug crimes that involve heroin possession transcend the consequences of a criminal conviction. In many cases, time is of the essence in seeking treatment for the alleged offender. Addiction to heroin often leads to criminal activity. Immediately attending to the root of the problem can help prevent future criminal activity and present the criminally charged in a better light.

On Your Side From Beginning To End

From the moment she takes on your case, Jessica Koester remains by your side throughout the entire process. You need dedicated and diligent legal advocacy when fighting not only criminal charges, but also addiction. Long-term solutions can go a long way to prevent future drug-related offenses.

Send an email now or call 618-307-4192 to speak to a lawyer about a felony or misdemeanor heroin possession charge.

Offering Creative Solutions And Positive Results

Madison County is home to treatment courts, allowing alleged offenders the option of getting the help they need. Taking a proactive approach that focuses on recovery can minimize the consequences of a conviction, specifically if it involves a felony.

The founder of The Law Office of Jessica Koester, LLC, will spend time with you to identify the specific issues surrounding your arrest. At our firm, we will investigate all aspects of your case, starting with the initial search and seizure. Simply stated, you have rights that need protection.

For juveniles charged with heroin possession, the consequences transcend criminal penalties and impact future educational and professional opportunities. The increased crackdown of all Illinois residents charged with drug possession requires an attorney who will employ all resources toward negotiating with prosecutors or pursuing a trial.

Get The Help You Need: 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. We are located close to the courthouse in Edwardsville, Illinois. Evening and weekend appointments are available.