Do You Know What A Drug Conviction Will Do To Your Future?
Apart from the obvious and very serious consequences of prison time and fines, people who are facing drug charges are also facing a number of consequences that may be less apparent. A drug conviction can prevent a person from being eligible to receive financial aid for college. Not having access to student loans can make a higher education an impossibility.
We provide skilled and experienced defense to people facing drug charges related to:
- Prescription drugs (Xanax, OxyContin, oxycodone, etc.)
Were Your Fourth Amendment Rights Violated?
Everyone has a constitutional right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. The practical effect of this right is that the police need to follow certain protocols when they are conducting a search or when they are taking your property as evidence. If the police fail to fully respect your Fourth Amendment rights, any evidence gathered may not be able to be presented in court. As drug cases rely heavily on physical evidence, any violation of your Fourth Amendment rights may be fatal to the case against you.
The Police Work 24 Hours A Day – So Do We
At Richard F. Blass & Associates LLC, we are fully committed to helping our clients in DuPage County and Cook County fight to protect their futures against the damage drug charges can do. Our extensive experience includes more than 70 years of combined experience in the practice of law as well as experience serving as a Deputy Chief of Police and as Assistant State’s Attorneys and Special Prosecutors. That experience helps us understand how your case is actually being handled and how it should be handled.
We will be able to identify mistakes that happened during the police investigation. We will be able to defend you with the perspective only a former prosecutor can call upon. More than skill and experience, we offer aggressive criminal defense and will do everything we can to help you.