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Gilbert Drug Possession

Gilbert Drug Crimes Lawyer

There are various types of drug crimes in Arizona, the penalties for which depend on the type and amount of substance that is involved, along with other factors in the case. Possession, distribution and cultivation of narcotics are illegal in the State of Arizona. The penalties for violating these laws can be harsh and the consequences long lasting. If you have been charged with drug possession you should seek the legal assistance of an attorney from the Law Offices of Trent R. Buckallew, PC.

The penalties for various drug crimes can involve prison sentences, probation, fees and fines, and other penalties. For example, if you have been charged with possession of less than two pounds of marijuana, without the intent to sell then you could face up to one year in prison as this is considered a class six felony. If you were arrested with more than four pounds in your possession with the intent to sell, this is a class two felony that has a penalty of up to five years in prison. Given the range of possible penalties in any drug related charge, it is important to consult with an attorney who is familiar with Arizona drug laws and associated penalties before making any decisions in your case. Mr. Buckallew has handled countless drug possession and sales cases across the state and understands the complexities involved in bringing these types of cases to resolution.

How the Firm can Help you

If you have been charged with a crime of drug possession in the Town of Gilbert, you should seek the legal assistance of an aggressive and experienced attorney from this Firm. Attorney Trent Buckallew has been practicing criminal defense for many years, has a long history of success in the cases that he has handled and has a reputation for zealously representing each and every client. Mr. Buckallew is a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist, having been certified by the Arizona State Bar, Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Buckallew belongs to many professional organizations, including the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice (AACJ), and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) and keeps informed of the ever changing criminal laws and procedures in order to ensure a well thought out and aggressive defense on behalf of each client. He has handled criminal cases at all levels, including City/Municipal Courts, Justice Courts and Superior Courts throughout the State of Arizona and has extensive experience in handling all types of criminal cases, including drug possession and any other drug related violations.

Contact the Firm today for free evaluation of any case involving a drug crime in Gilbert, AZ.

Client Reviews
We hired Trent Buckallew to represent our son following a second MIP ticket he received while in college. Mr. Buckallew kept us informed throughout all proceedings and helped us receive the satisfactory outcome of dropped charges in exchange for taking an alcohol awareness class. He was personable, knowledgeable and treated our small case with care and compassion. We would highly recommend him to anyone in need of representation. SR
Thank you so much for the time and effort you put into the case against (client's name). We sincerely appreciate the great job you did. We are praying this is the end of it. Thanks again so very much. This was such a difficult time for our family. LN
I'm finally 100% clear of the problem that started our relationship. I cannot thank you enough for handling my case and expungement. I have a great sense of new beginnings and don't have to let my past affect my future. My freedom is priceless. TM
I appreciate everything you were able to accomplish for my father and will certainly be referring Mr. Buckallew to anyone I know who may be in need of an excellent criminal defense attorney. CM
Trent handled cases for me on two different occasions involving tickets for seat belt violations in commercial vehicles. Very happy with results. All charges dismissed. One case in Flagstaff and one case in Gilbert Court. KF