Cincinnati Felony Drug Possession Lawyers
Despite recent laws being more lenient on smaller amounts of controlled substances, felony drug crimes in Cincinnati are still among the highest-level offenses, with huge fines and prison sentences. Facing felony drug charges would frighten anyone. But fortunately, a Cincinnati defense lawyer with experience and success in felony drug possession cases can help.
Our felony drug possession attorneys understand the difficulties you’re facing. If you’ve been charged with felony drug possession in Cincinnati, contact LHA for a free and confidential consult about your rights, legal options, and how we can help. Call (513) 338-1890 or submit a request 24/7.
Felony Drug Possession Attorneys
Attorneys Brad Groene and Juliea Crumes of Luftman, Heck & Associates pride themselves on their dedication, skill, and experience in Cincinnati drug cases, and they have the accolades and awards to match. Some of the professional memberships and awards they hold include the following:
- National Trial Lawyers Association Member
- NORML Member
- 10 Best Attorneys- American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys, 2017
- Top 10 under 40-National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys, 2016
- Premier 100-National Academy of Jurisprudence, 2016
- 10 Best for Client Satisfaction- American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys, 2016
Felony Drug Possession in Cincinnati
Drug crimes in Ohio are covered under Ohio Revised Code § 2925.11, and depending on the amount of the controlled substance involved, a felony charge could be pursued. Additionally, if your drug possession offense involves a Schedule I or Schedule II substance, you could automatically face felony drug possession.
Automatic Felony Drug Possession in Ohio
Having the following controlled substances will result in an instant felony charge:
- Hydroxypethidine (Bemidone)
Controlled Substance Exceptions
Some illegal drugs that are typically more common will have a set of conditions based on the possession amount to qualify for a charge of a felony. These substances can include:
Felony Drug Possession by Amount
A felony will occur from the following amounts of controlled substances:
|100 Grams or More