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Los Angeles Ecstasy Possession Lawyer

Ecstasy Drug Crime Lawyer in Los Angeles

Whether you are being charged with possession of ecstasy, possession of ecstasy with intent to sell, or any other ecstasy-related drug crime in Los Angeles, the reputable and highly-experienced attorneys at our law firm can help you fight your charges. Under the United States Controlled Substances Act, ecstasy is classified as a Schedule I narcotic, which means it has a high potential for abuse and has no currently accepted medical use in the United States. Ecstasy is a synthetic drug which produces feelings of euphoria, increased energy levels, and distortions and time and perceptions. Due to its high potential of abuse and addiction, law enforcement and prosecutors in Los Angeles County take ecstasy crimes seriously and will a seek conviction against you.

Ecstasy Possession Criminal Charges

The severity of the punishment you will potentially receive for an ecstasy crime will depend on the nature of the charges. You may be charged with simple possession or possession with intent to sell, which holds a harsher punishment. Depending on the particularities of your case, you may be charged with a felony or a misdemeanor. There are a number of defenses that your expert ecstasy crime defense lawyers can use in your case to try and reduce the charges against you or even dismiss the entire case all together. For example, if your lawyer can show that the police officer involved in your case did not follow the law when conducting a search, then any evidence gathered as a result of that search will not be admissible in court. Instead of jail time, your attorney may be able to ask the court that you complete a drug rehabilitation program such as Proposition 36.

Contact an Ecstasy Possession Lawyer in Los Angeles

If you or someone you know has been arrested for and charged with a crime involving ecstasy, call the defense attorneys at our top-ranked firm. They will work tirelessly to protect your rights and your liberty. A lot is at stake if you are facing ecstasy criminal charges; job opportunities, educational loans, and your reputation within your community. Call our offices today to speak with one of our highly-experienced attorneys for a comprehensive and confidential consultation.

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