Tulsa Marijuana Attorney
Arrested for possession, cultivation or distribution of marijuana?
Even though opinions and laws regarding marijuana are changing rapidly
across the country, it is still illegal to possess, grow, or sell it in
the State of Oklahoma. Marijuana convictions can be harsh and include
costly fines and the potential for lengthy sentences in jail or prison.
Even if this is your first time being arrested, you could still be locked
up. Due to the seriousness of marijuana charges, having an experienced
Tulsa marijuana defense lawyer fighting alongside you is an absolute necessity.
Have you been charged with one of the following marijuana-related crimes?
- Distribution or delivery
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
Call my office to reach me for help.
Penalties for Possession, Distribution, & Sale
Simple possession of any amount of marijuana in Oklahoma is a misdemeanor
and can carry a penalty of up to one year of incarceration or a fine of
$10,000. Any subsequent offense will be charged as a felony, and can carry
a penalty of between 2-10 years of incarceration and a fine of up to $25,000.
In addition to this, the cultivation, trafficking, or sale of marijuana
are all charged as felonies, and carry the potential for significant prison
time and major fines. You have a lot to lose, so don't wait to seek
help and begin preparing your defense.
Need a marijuana lawyer in Tulsa, OK?
Even if the government has significant evidence against you, it may be
possible to have your case dismissed or your charges reduced, as drug
cases often lend themselves to suppression motions due to illegally obtained
evidence or violation of a defendant's Constitutional rights.
I am well-versed in search and seizure law and your Constitutional rights.
By thoroughly reviewing and investigating your case, I can help determine
if there is a suppression motion that can be brought before any plea discussions
are undertaken or before the charges are even pressed.
For aggressive marijuana defense,