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Marijuana is a controlled substance in North Carolina and being charged with possession or intent to sell marijuana can greatly impact your future educational and employment opportunities. At the Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, we fight hard to keep our client’s records clean. We have a proven track record of success when dealing with marijuana charges and know how to properly defend your rights in court.

Contact our Wake County criminal defense attorney Wiley Nickel for advice on what to do about your drug and marijuana charges. You can be confident that you have an experienced and dedicated team protecting your interests and providing you with competent answers to all of your difficult questions.

Wake County Lawyer — Possession of Marijuana

Our Raleigh lawyer fights marijuana charges routinely. The main issue the prosecution is concerned about in most cases is the amount of marijuana in the accused's possession at the time of the charge. The more marijuana you are charged with, the greater the punishments can be.

No matter what amount of marijuana was in your possession, we will investigate the matter and analyze all of your defense options. You can rely on our team to provide you with a solid defense to your drug charges.

Fighting Your Marijuana Possession Charges in North Carolina

Participating in substance abuse classes pursuant to N.C. General Statute 90-96 can give you a second chance in North Carolina. This class can enable us to have your charges completely dismissed, keeping your criminal record clean. We will inform of you whether or not you qualify for this program and guide you through the entire substance abuse assessment process.

We also provide dedicated criminal defense counsel to those who have multiple drug charges on their record. Having multiple charges could disqualify you for drug treatment classes and increase your criminal punishments such as probation, jail time and fines. Our Wake County criminal defense lawyer knows how to protect your rights against drug trafficking and possession charges, no matter what your record looks like.

Keep Your Record Clean

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Once your case is finished the record of the arrest and the charges against you stays out there as a public record unless it’s expunged.  These charges can effect your future employment opportunities and need to be dealt with quickly to ensure that your reputation is not harmed.  After your case is finished we also take care of expungements for all clients who are eligible.

Contact a North Carolina Marijuana Charges Lawyer

Whether you have been charged with marijuana possession or drug trafficking, we have the knowledge and skills required to assist you. We offer reasonable fees. Payment plans are available and credit cards are accepted. Contact a criminal defense lawyer at our North Carolina law firm for a free initial consultation at 1 (919) 585-1486.