Aurora Drug Lawyer Ned Khan
As a result of the “War on Drugs,” countless people have been arrested for Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance or Manufacture-Delivery of a controlled substance. All of these charges are considered felonies and can result in a period of imprisonment anywhere from 1 year to 30 years, depending on the charge and the amount of drugs involved.
In addition, any one person charged with one of these offenses faces forever having the stigma of a drug charge on their record that will make future employment difficult if not impossible. Many of my clients when they initially come to see me are embarrassed, scared and unsure of what to do next. I want to let you know that there are options, you are not alone and I will advocate for your rights vigorously so that you have a future to look forward to.
Over the past twenty years, I have had numerous drug cases thrown out of court without a trial based upon illegal searches and seizures by the police. Other cases I have been successful at trial proving that my client was not involved in the sale of drugs or did not possess the drugs in question. On other occasions, cases have been dismissed due to inconsistent records kept by the police departments and the State Crime lab.
In addition, I have been able to resolve many drug possession charges so that the person ended up with no criminal record. You need an experienced attorney who has a complete understanding of criminal procedure and criminal courts to represent you in your drug case. I will perform a complete and thorough examination of your case and of all police reports to determine if there is any error or inconsistency in the police officer’s actions or investigation.
Often times getting the person proper treatment for their drug problem is the first step in handling such cases. Courts often look favorably on individuals who are proactive in addressing their problems, and encourage all types of drug treatment. Certainly individuals who can stay off of drugs have a much better chance of completing probation successfully. I will help you explore all avenues of possible treatments, including inpatient/outpatient care, TASC probation, drug court or 410 probation.
If you or a loved one are facing a drug crimes case, contact the Law Offices of Ned C. Khan to speak with a Drug Lawyer in Aurora or Naperville. Ned C. Khan is an experienced Aurora drug lawyer that can provide defense for all drug crimes cases. For a free consultation, call 630-820-3203 or fill out our online form.