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Is Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia A Crime?

In Arizona, possession of drug paraphernalia can be classified as either a misdemeanor or felony – which could result in mandatory jail or prison. In either case, if charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, for you it is imperative that you take your case seriously and hire a lawyer who is experienced in representing clients for drug-related offenses. Essentially, anything that can be used to consume an illegal drug is considered drug paraphernalia. Some of the more common items include bongs, pipes, scales, papers, money, etc.

How Your Arrest Search Was Conducted Matters A Lot

A criminal defense lawyer at Matthew Lopez Law, PLLC, will have extensive experience handling these types of cases. We will be able to identify potential constitutional issues, meaning, whether there was a legal search and seizure of the property or person during your arrest. In order for a police officer to search your vehicle, house or person, they must establish probable cause. A knowledgeable lawyer will be able to analyze your case to determine if the police had probable cause and how to contest the search or seizure if it is determined that the officer did not have probable cause.

We Take The Time To Represent You Properly

Matthew Lopez Law provides clients charged with possession of drug paraphernalia the highest level of representation. We take the time to investigate cases and advocate for our clients’ best interests. If you have been arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia in Tempe, Phoenix or anywhere in Arizona, call us at 602-960-1731 or contact our office by email for a free case evaluation.