- Did you know that a criminal charge of possession of marijuana can be amended to a non-criminal ordinance violation that is the equivalent of a speeding ticket?
- Did you know that if you have a previous conviction for possession of marijuana that a subsequent conviction for possession of even a tiny amount of marijuana (such as one joint or less than one gram) is a felony?
- Did you know that even if you are charged with a felony drug crime that you may be able to have the case dismissed once you complete a drug treatment program?
- Did you know that if the police did not have a legally sufficient reason to search your car or house for drugs that your case will be dismissed?
- Did you know that under certain circumstances a judge can order that your drug conviction be removed from your criminal record once you complete a period of probation?
Avoiding a Criminal Conviction
Drug lawyer Christopher Glinski can help you beat your drug case.
The War on Drugs has resulted in thousands of non-violent people going to prison and being labeled as criminals or felons. Fortunately, there are now many options for avoiding criminal drug convictions and for keeping people convicted of drug crimes out of jail and prison. For example, some defendants are eligible for Deferred Prosecution Agreements. Under these agreements, a defendant’s case is put on hold for a period of 6 months or one year while the defendant completes a treatment program. After the defendant completes the treatment program, the charges are dismissed. Also, some defendants are eligible for expungment, which means that after the defendant completes a period of probation the criminal conviction will be expunged off of their criminal record. This means that the case will be removed from CCAP (Wisconsin Circuit Court Access) and you will not have a criminal conviction on your record.
Many inexperienced or ineffective drug lawyers don’t even request these programs for their clients. It’s unfortunate, but if your attorney does not request one of these programs (or even know about them), then you will not be offered one of the programs. Attorney Christopher Glinski has obtained Deferred Prosecution Agreements for dozens of his clients and has convinced judges to expunge criminal convictions for many of his clients as well.
Drug lawyer Christopher Glinski is an experienced drug defense lawyer who has defended dozens of cases involving either the possession or sale of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, Xanax, and Oxycodone. When a Deferred Prosecution Agreement or expungement is not an option, drug lawyer Christopher Glinski has obtained many successful outcomes for his clients, including the amending of criminal charges to non-criminal tickets, avoiding felony convictions, and avoiding jail and prison time. Don’t put your future in the hands of an inexperienced or ineffective drug defense attorney.
Call drug lawyer Christopher Glinski at (262) 632-1555 for a free consultation.