Driving with Marijuana in the Vehicle
When a person is found driving with marijuana in their possession, their case will be treated as a driving hazard, whether that person is at the wheel or not. If you have been arrested and charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession, the charge for having less than one ounce in your possession, your driver's license will most likely be suspended for six months. If you have more than an ounce of marijuana in your possession, not only will you face felony drug possession charges, you will likely lose your license for a year. These are very serious consequences, which is why it's so important that you contact an attorney for help right away.
Driver's License Suspension
Dealing with this problem takes fast action on your part. Following your arrest you must contact the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson as quickly as possible. You may not realize it now, but having a driver's license is an essential part of your daily life. So much so, that losing the ability to drive will undoubtedly be a hassle. You will have to depend on public transportation, friends, family, or taxis to get from place to place.
Fortunately, there are ways to fight the suspension of your driver's license in a marijuana case. The legal team at the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson is prepared defend your rights and help you get your driver's license back. Not only can the attorneys at the firm provide you with aggressive defense during the criminal part of the DUI process, but they can also ensure a strong and compelling defense is created for the ALS hearing as well. To prevent a your license suspension for possession of marijuana or DUI Marijuana, contact Richard Lawson. Your license does not have to be suspended, but your case will not defend itself.