Minneapolis Drug Lawyer | Minnesota Marijuana Crimes
A drug crime accusation is serious because it can have a long-term impact on your life. A conviction can result in imprisonment, fines, property forfeiture, and damage to your representation. These are crimes that are aggressively prosecuted in Minnesota, but you can have an even more aggressive defense with the help of an experienced Minneapolis drug crimes defense attorney.
Jennifer Speas is well-versed in drug crime defense and will fight for your future while protecting your rights. It is very important to not face the charges alone, as doing so could result in having to pay the maximum penalties in your case. By showing the facts in your case, the outcome can be much better.
Criminal Defense Against All Drug Crimes
A person can be charged with offenses involving any of the following types of drugs:
Drug possession and sale are common types of offenses related to these drugs. Attorney Jennifer Speas has decades of experience representing clients that are charged with the possession, sale, or trafficking of drugs and crimes relating to methamphetamines, ecstacy, crack, and many others. She has successfully challenged search warrants and warrantless searches and won dismissals for clients. Even if an offense was committed, it is possible to have the charges reduced.
Attorney Jennifer Speas has also successfully challenged search warrants and warrant-less searches and won dismissals for her clients in Minneapolis, St. Paul, and throughout the Twin Cities. She has also won the return of cash, cars, and jewelry for her clients.
Contact A Minneapolis Drug Crimes Defense Attorney
If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime, you most likely have many questions about your options and what the next steps are. With the right representation, you can get the best possible result in your case. To learn more about how Jennifer Speas can help you, call 612-333-6160 to request a FREE CONSULTATION.
Frequently Asked Questions regarding drug crimes:
- The police want to make a deal with me – should I do it?
Do not talk to the police or make a “deal” with the police without an attorney. It is common for cops to offer a deal if you “work” for them, however, they will use you for as long as they want without a guarantee that your case will be dismissed. In some cases, working with law enforcement may be the best option for you but, do not make this decision until you have talked to an experienced drug crimes attorney. The police cannot make a deal, only a prosecutor has the authority to deal in a criminal case. Before talking to police call Twin Cities drug attorney, Jennifer Speas
- The police took my money, can they do that?
They can try. If you are charged with a State or Federal drug crime, the government may take your money, car, jewelry, and is some cases, your home. This is called forfeiture. It is important that you retain an experienced drug and forfeiture lawyer as soon as your property is seized because you have a limited number of days to challenge the forfeiture or you lose your property forever.
- Should I allow the police to search my home?
Only if they have a warrant. Generally speaking, if the police are asking for your permission it means they do not have probable cause to search. Make them get a warrant. If you consent to the search you lose the opportunity to challenge it as an illegal search. If your home or car has been searched call the experienced drug defense attorneys at Speas Law Firm, P.A.
Minnesota drug crimes lawyer, Jennifer Speas, represents clients throughout the Twin Cities Metro including Minneapolis, St. Paul, Anoka, Hennepin, Ramsey, Washington, and Dakota County. Drug crimes attorney, Jennifer Speas also represents clients charged with crimes in Minnetonka, Edina, Bloomington, Plymouth, St. Louis Park, St. Paul and surrounding Metro areas.