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Helping You Fight Drug Possession Charges In Montana, California And North Dakota

If you or a loved one has been arrested on suspicion of drug possession, the government has likely presented what it says is conclusive evidence of guilt. It may present what it describes as a good deal, and you may feel pressured to take it because you want to avoid the worst possible consequences.

By speaking with a qualified, experienced criminal defense lawyer, however, you can learn what your options really are. With more than 40 years of experience in the area of criminal defense, we have helped many people in Montana, California and North Dakota fight back when the government claims it has an airtight case. We encourage you to contact us to arrange a free consultation so we can discuss the drug possession charges you face.

Smart, Strategic, Aggressive Criminal Defense

Our firm represents people charged with misdemeanors and felonies related to all controlled substances. This includes recreational drugs such as marijuana as well as prescription medication. Charges that people frequently face include:

  • Criminal possession of dangerous drugs
  • Criminal possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Fraudulently obtaining dangerous drugs (including prescription drugs)

Regardless of what the government says about the strength of its case, we will look carefully at all the facts surrounding an arrest. Often, police officers engage in illegal searches and seizures of property, and there may be other constitutional issues that work to our clients’ advantage. We can determine whether the government has played by the rules in your case.

Contact Our Firm | Arrange A Free Consultation

Protecting your rights and best interests against drug charges is our top priority and concern. Get the skilled counsel and trusted representation you deserve from an attorney with more than 40 years of legal experience. Contact our firm, Gregory Paul Johnson, P.C., at our Billings office for a free, no-obligation consultation. Please call 406-272-0116 or email us.