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Washington County Drug Possession Attorneys

Washington County Drug Possession Attorneys

Norwood & Norwood is one of the best Drug Possession defense law firms in Washington County, AR. For over a quarter of a century, we’ve defended more than 1,000 Drug cases. If you are charged with Drug Possession, we can help you.

The lawyers in our NW Arkansas criminal law firm include former deputy prosecutors, people who have worked on the other side, and understand the strategies and tactics the prosecutor will use to try and convict you. Even though you are only paying one legal fee if you hire our firm, you are receiving the benefit of having a team of Washington County drug possession lawyers with nearly 100 years of combined legal experience.

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Doug Norwood is our team leader and has input on all cases that need his knowledge and experience. There are many cases where several of our attorneys review a case and give input. The old saying “two heads are better than one” is very appropriate in the area of Drug Charges. Our team of drug possession attorneys put our heads together to come up with ideas that will help our clients. The attorneys on our criminal defense legal team have a lot of experience in Drug cases and they all aggressively look for ways to win cases and fight to get great outcomes for our clients. We fight hard for our clients and would love to help you!

Don't wait to get started, call our experienced team of drug possession lawyers today to schedule an initial consultation.

NW Arkansas Drug Possession FAQ

  1. What constitutes drug possession in Arkansas? Drug possession in Washington County refers to knowingly having illegal substances or controlled substances in your possession or control. This can include drugs like marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, prescription medications without a valid prescription, and others.
  2. What are the potential penalties for drug possession in Arkansas? The penalties for drug possession vary depending on factors such as the type and quantity of drugs involved, prior criminal history, and other circumstances. In general, drug possession charges can result in fines, probation, community service, mandatory drug treatment programs, and incarceration.
  3. Do I need an attorney if I'm facing drug possession charges in Washington County? Yes, it is highly recommended to seek legal representation if you are facing drug possession charges in Washington County. An experienced attorney can help protect your rights, navigate the legal process, and work to achieve the best possible outcome for your case, whether through negotiation, plea bargaining, or trial representation.
  4. What defenses are available for drug possession charges in Washington County? Defenses for drug possession charges can vary depending on the circumstances of the case. Common defenses may include challenging the legality of the search and seizure that led to the discovery of the drugs, disputing ownership or control of the drugs, proving lack of knowledge or intent, and demonstrating violations of constitutional rights.
  5. Will I go to jail if convicted of drug possession in Washington County? Jail time is a possibility for drug possession convictions in Washington County, especially for repeat offenses or cases involving large quantities of drugs. However, the outcome of each case depends on several factors, and an experienced attorney can advocate for alternatives to incarceration, such as probation, drug treatment programs, or diversionary programs.
  6. Can drug possession charges be expunged from my record in Washington County? In some cases, individuals may be eligible to have their drug possession charges expunged or sealed from their criminal record. Eligibility criteria and procedures for expungement vary by jurisdiction and depend on factors such as the type of offense, completion of probation or sentence, and the individual's criminal history. Consulting with an attorney can help determine if expungement is an option in your case.
  7. What should I do if I'm arrested for drug possession in Washington County? If you are arrested for drug possession in Washington County, it is essential to remain calm and assert your right to legal representation. Refrain from making any statements to law enforcement until you consult an attorney. Contacting a skilled drug possession lawyer as soon as possible can help protect your rights and ensure that your case receives the attention it deserves.

Don't wait to get started, call our drug possession lawyers in Washington County, NW Arkansas today to schedule an initial consultation.

    “Felony Case Dismissed!”
    “FELONY CASE DISMISSED! I was charged with Possession of a Firearm, Theft by Receiving and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia....The attorneys were able to prove my case to the Prosecutor and as a result all 3 charges were DISMISSED!!!!”
    - Jack
    “CHARGED WITH A DWI AND THEY GOT IT DROPPED! I was initially charged with a DWI and they got it dropped! Norwood & Norwood was great, they acted with great honesty and integrity.”
    - Mike
    “I WOULD GIVE 10 STARS IF I COULD!!!! I met with Doug and he Made me feel much better about my drug charge. I am so glad I hired him. Norwood got my DRUG CHARGE DISMISSED and I couldn’t be more grateful.”
    - Maria

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