Chicago Drug Crimes Lawyer
An Expert at Creating Reasonable Doubt
Attorney Brown has successfully defended hundreds of drug cases that have resulted in favorable outcomes for his clients. You too can rely on Brandon Brown Attorney at Law to provide aggressive litigation in defense. From contesting the initial stop and search to contesting the validity of your arrest, interview and interrogation, by utilizing a motion to suppress and other proven strategies, Brandon Brown Attorney at Law can cast reasonable doubt toward each questionable issue in the prosecution’s case. Call Chicago Drug Lawyer Brandon Brown Attorney at Law at 773-624-8366 now to begin the defense in your case. The consultation is free and the attorney is available 24/7.
As a Chicago drug lawyer, the types of cases Brandon Brown Attorney at Law handles include:
- Possession of a Controlled Substance 720 ILCS 570/402(c)
- Possession of Cocaine 720 ILCS 570/402(c)
- Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Deliver 720 ILCS 570/401(d)
- Possession of Heroin 720 ILCS 570/402(c)
- Possession of Heroin with Intent to Deliver 720 ILCS 570/401(d)
- Possession of Cannabis/Marijuana 720 ILCS 550/4
- Possession of Cannabis/Marijuana with Intent to Deliver 720 ILCS 550/5(a)
- Possession with Intent to Manufacture or Distribute 720 ILCS 570/402
- Drug Trafficking 720 ILCS 570/401.1
- Drug Conspiracy 720 ILCS 570/405
- Street Gang Criminal Drug Conspiracy 720 ILCS 570/405.2
- Criminal Drug Conspiracy 720 ILCS 570/405.1
- Narcotics Racketeering 725 ILCS 175/4
- Money Laundering 720 ILCS 5/29B-1(c)(4) or (c)(5)
Drug crimes pertain to possession, use, distribution or manufacturing of any illegal substance including marijuana, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy, prescription drugs and many other drugs.
Under Illinois law, 720 ILCS 570/405, a person is guilty of drug conspiracy if he or she (1) is in possession of a controlled substance prohibited by law, manufactures, distributes or delivers a controlled substance, or possesses a controlled substance with intent to manufacture, distribute or deliver, (2) the illegal act is part of a conspiracy undertaken or carried on with two or more persons, and (3) the individual obtains anything of value greater than $500, or the individual organizes, directs, or finances the conduct giving rise to the conspiracy.