Marijuana Defense Lawyer

The penalties for marijuana possession range from an infraction and a small fine to a misdemeanor and possible jail time.  Intent to sell and cultivation of marijuana are felonies.  Although any amount of marijuana possession, whether it is 28.5 grams or less or even one kilo, does not technically constitute evidence of an intent to sell, law enforcement will look to other evidence to charge the accused with intent to sell.

If charged with marijuana possession, cultivation, distribution, or even under investigation, it is important to consult with a skilled criminal defense attorney at the earliest possible time.  Marc Geller, of the Geller Firm, has been a successful criminal defense attorney in San Diego for 40 years.  If you are charged with a drug crime in San Diego or anywhere in Southern California contacting Mr. Geller to defend you is the best decision that you can make to protect your rights and resolve your legal problems.

Contact Mr. Geller today online or by telephone at (619) 239-9456 to speak with an experienced San Diego criminal defense attorney.

California Medical Marijuana

Those persons certified for medical marijuana use in California, or in any of the other 16 states and D.C., should be aware that possession of the drug in a national park or building can subject the person to federal prosecution.

By staying up to date with the latest developments in state and federal case law, Mr. Geller is able to provide the best advice to those involved in the Medical Marijuana industry so that they can resolve the charges brought against them and avoid future legal problems.  Mr. Geller has successfully represented co-ops, dispensaries, and cultivators who have been prosecuted by the federal government for violating federal drug laws.

 

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.