DuPage County Possession with Intent to Deliver Lawyers

Zealously Fighting Illinois Drug Charges

While anyone arrested for a drug crime in Illinois is exposed to the potential for tough sentences, the penalties for intent to deliver and manufacturing carry far more severe sentences than simple possession. Although you should not speak to the police if you are arrested for possession with intent to deliver (i.e., give away or sale) drugs, the charge will often be based on the quantity of drugs. The police and prosecutors will contend that the amount of a drug in your possession exceeds an amount that is only for personal use.

Illinois Drug Crime Defense Lawyers

At Ramsell and Associates, LLC, our DuPage County experienced drug crime attorneys have extensive experience representing clients charged with drug offenses in state courts. Because of the harsh sentencing in drug cases, you will benefit greatly from representation by attorneys with our 30 years of experience. Our law firm has represented more than 16,000 individuals charged with criminal offenses. Ramsell and Associates, LLC has developed a national reputation drawing national media coverage by the following:

  • ABC 20/20
  • NBC
  • CBS
  • COURT-TV
  • FOX
  • Oprah Winfrey Show
  • Chicago Sun Times
  • Chicago Tribune
  • Washington Post
  • The New York Times

Our criminal defense attorneys handle the full spectrum of drug cases including allegations of operating a meth lab and intent to deliver massive quantities of heroin, marijuana (cannabis), cocaine, crack, methamphetamine and other controlled substances.

Possession with Intent to Deliver & Manufacture of a Controlled Substance in Illinois

Under Illinois law, possession with intent to deliver and the manufacture of a controlled substance both constitute a felony offense. The severity of the punishment imposed for a conviction depends on the nature of the substance, the quantity, the defendant’s prior criminal history and the location of the alleged drug offense.

Challenging Unlawful Search and Seizures in Drug Cases

Our DuPage County drug crimes lawyers at Ramsell & Associates, LLC carefully review police conduct in searches of your home, vehicle or office. When the police fail to observe proper procedures when obtaining warrants, executing searches or conducting warrantless searches, we might be able to seek exclusion of the drugs and other evidence obtained in an unlawful search. If the drugs and other seized evidence is excluded, this might provide a basis for seeking dismissal of the charges against you.

Dedicated and Proven DuPage County Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you or someone close to you is arrested for possession with intent or the manufacture of a controlled substance, you should refuse to speak to the police and seek immediate legal advice. Frequently, prosecutors overcharge these offenses which can have a drastic impact on the outcome of your case. If you obtain our law firm before you have been formally charged, we might be able to influence the charging decision and neutralize this tactic. We invite you to call us today at 630-256-8001 or to send us an email to schedule your free consultation in our conveniently located office in Naperville. Ramsell & Associates, LLC also has offices in Wheaton and St. Charles or Rolling Meadows by appointment.  

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