When a Los Angeles Drug Crime Lawyer defends someone accused of a drug offense, they are fighting more than just the law. Anyone accused of, or charged with, a drug offense leads to being viewed as a pariah, as if only truly devious people can be caught up in a drug charge. Every Attorney understands that countless respected professionals, high profile celebrities, prominent politicians and professional athletes have been arrested for, or spent time in jail for, drug crimes.
In this particular drug offense situation, a man was arrested for having 50 marijuana plants in his Woodland Hills home. To make matters more interesting, these marijuana plants were found because the man was attacked and called the police over the break in. He was beaten and robbed by two men in their 20's, and while police were investigating the incident, they found the marijuana plants.
One possible area a Defense Attorney could focus on in such a case is the way in which the police investigated the crime and searched the premises. For example, there are specific guidelines the LAPD must follow when looking over a crime scene. If they overstep their bounds, a skilled Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney could prove that the search was illegal.
Kestenbaum, Eisner & Gorin, LLP is a criminal defense law firm that has been helping clients throughout Southern California contest their criminal charges and obtain superior results for years. Our skilled drug crimes attorneys have over 50 years of collective court room experience and we are fully prepared to undertake our clients’ cases. When we work with our clients, we do everything possible to make sure that they receive the attention, resources, and dedicated legal counsel that they deserve.
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