Peoria Marijuana Crimes Lawyer
Peoria County Marijuana Possession Attorney
Marijuana crimes run rampant in our community, especially marijuana possession. If you were found smoking pot or attempting to sell marijuana to another individual, you need to ensure you find an attorney who has the experience required to thoroughly protect your rights.
Peoria marijuana crimes attorney Maureen Williams has represented clients in Illinois for over 18 years. As an experienced criminal defense attorney, she knows exactly what it takes to understand the marijuana crimes charges against you. She also knows how to use her attention to detail to your benefit when crafting your defense strategy. Contact her toll free at 866-321-5228 to schedule your free initial consultation today.
A Solo Attorney Providing Personalized Marijuana Crimes Defense to Every Client
Attorney Williams prides herself on answering her own phones and making herself accessible to every client. To ensure each client gets the proper representation, Ms. Williams limits her caseload to only those cases that she can fully manage on her own. She will never pass you off to an associate or paralegal.
The Law Offices of Maureen Williams offers services to students, parents and individuals who are facing any type of marijuana crime relating to:
- Marijuana possession
- Intent to sell marijuana
- Marijuana distribution
- Marijuana manufacturing
- Marijuana trafficking
- Grow houses
Cannabis Sativa Possession in Your Home Can Run You Great Risks
Illinois has very specific statutes relating to all varieties of marijuana crimes. One such statute makes it a crime to produce the cannabis plant (known as cannabis sativa) at home. It is also illegal to have in one's possession any amount of the cannabis sativa plant. If you find you are facing marijuana crimes charges due to this plant, reach out to Maureen Williams today.
Schedule an Initial Consultation With Attorney Williams
To learn more about how to handle your marijuana crimes charges, contact Maureen Williams by e-mail or by calling toll free at 866-321-5228.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013