Drug Possession with Intent
Riverside Drug Possession Defense Attorneys: (951) 682-5110
The Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act, also known as Proposition
36, permanently changed the way simple drug possession is handled in California.
Since July, 2001, first- and second-time drug possession offenders are
given the opportunity to receive substance abuse treatment instead of
To learn if you qualify for the Prop 36 drug treatment option, contact
our Riverside drug crime lawyers at Blumenthal Law Offices in Riverside,
California. We can review your case and advise you of all your options.
The Prop 36 treatment option is only for nonviolent, drug possession offenses.
It does not extend to cultivation of marijuana, possession with intent
to distribute, or possession while carrying a loaded and operable weapon.
Get answers to all of your questions during an initial
case consultation at no charge.
Diligently Preparing Your Defense
Whether you are charged with simple possession or a more serious charge,
the attorneys of Blumenthal Law Offices are here to help.
In all drug-related charges, we can help you by:
- Scrutinizing whether police procedure was properly followed
- Evaluating whether your constitutional rights were violated
- Questioning whether you were the victim of an illegal search and seizure
- Working to get illegally obtained evidence thrown out
Even if you do not qualify for Prop 36, we can explore whether you may
be eligible for Diversion, in which you plead guilty but are not sentenced.
If you successfully complete a drug rehab or education program, you may
avoid incarceration. No matter how serious the charges, you can rely on
the attorneys of Blumenthal Law Offices for aggressive criminal defense
and personal client service.