Synthetic Marijuana Offenses
South Carolina Synthetic Marijuana Offense Lawyer
Synthetic marijuana goes by many names, including K2, Blaze, Red X Dawn and Spice. These substances are frequently sold in gas stations, tobacco shops and other stores as “incense.” In 2012, the federal government passed a law banning the sale, production and use of this drug. During this time, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has gone to great lengths to crack down on synthetic marijuana, investigating and apprehending individuals at all points in the supply chain.
Consequently, owners of gas stations, tobacco shops and other merchants are increasingly finding themselves targeted for violations of the law. If the federal government is investigating you based on suspicions of selling or possessing synthetic marijuana, it is critical to have a lawyer on your side capable of presenting a strong defense. Defending individuals across South Carolina, synthetic marijuana offense attorney Stephen Harris of Harris and Huge LLC has represented numerous clients accused of selling this substance and is ready to take action on your behalf.
Charleston Defense Attorney – Serving People Accused Of Synthetic Marijuana Sale And Possession
The key in any federal criminal charge is to work with a lawyer as soon as possible. Once you have been charged with a crime, it’s important to know you still have options in your defense, although they may not be as successful to your case as prior defense options. On the other hand, if you are only under investigation, you may be able to avoid ever having charges filed against you.
In certain cases, cooperating with the government may lead to charges never being filed, or a reduction or dismissal of existing charges. Every case is different and every case has a unique defense. With Harris and Huge LLC on your side, you can depend on our law firm to find the best possible defense.