Defending Those Charged With Possession Of Marijuana Or Drug Paraphernalia

There have been many recent initiatives to legalize the use of marijuana in states and municipalities across the country. There has been discussion about legalizing the recreational use of the drug in the Kansas City area, but, marijuana use is still prohibited by law in both Kansas and Missouri. Those who possess marijuana, or paraphernalia for using the drug, can find themselves facing significant drug charges.

At Richard T. Bryant & Associates, P.C., we can help you fight to clear your name of the charges that you are facing. Our criminal defense attorney, Andrew S. Talge, has more than 25 years of experience handling drug cases inside the courtroom. It is our main goal to make sure that your rights are protected against the actions of aggressive prosecutors.

Identifying The Best Options To Preserve Your Future

Even a minor drug charge such as the possession of marijuana can carry some severe consequences that can last long after your case is over. A drug crimes conviction can make it impossible for you to receive federal student loans, and could make it difficult for you to find work in certain occupations.

We review the evidence that will be used against you to determine how best to approach your case. We provide you with an in-depth analysis of the defense options that are available, and help you decide what must be done to protect your future. At all times, we work with the prosecutors to pursue an agreement that could potentially keep this crime off of your record, including examining all possible sentencing alternatives that may be applicable in your case.

We have helped many people who have faced marijuana or marijuana paraphernalia charges. Andrew has taken many of these types of cases to trial, and has a long record of success for our clients. You can depend upon us to work hard to help you clear your name.

Meet With A Respected Law Firm To Discuss Your Case

To talk to our lawyer about the specific charges that you are facing, please call our office at 816-399-5218 or send us an email. We represent clients throughout the Kansas City metro area who have been charged with crimes.