Ms. Crawford focuses on defending Drug Sales and Transportation offenses in Monterey County Superior Court and has had countless charges dismissed and reduced to simple possession.
Drug Sales and Transportation is defined as the "illegal sale or transportation of a controlled substance." The prosecutor has to prove beyond any reasonable doubt that the defendant was aware the illegal drugs were in his or her possession and that the defendant intended to sell or transport the illegal controlled substances.
Attacking Illegal Police Searches
Any constitutional violations committed by the police can result in case dismissal from the outset. When the police do not get fingerprints from the container or wrapping where the drugs were located, Ms. Crawford can use that to contest who those illegal substances belonged to and argue that the defendant cannot be responsible for the sale of drugs or transportation of drugs.
Criminal Penalties in California for Drug Sales and Transportation
Penalties for the conviction of drug crimes are extremely severe. Sale and Transportation Drug Offenses carry the possibility of being sentenced to county jail or even state prison. The maximum prison sentence for a felony sales conviction is five years in state prison and nine years for a transportation conviction.
It is therefore critical to make sure that you retain the services of qualified drug sales attorney. Julie Crawford excels at defending drug sales and drug transportation accusations.
Therefore, in cases where you or a loved one is charged with drug sales or transportation in violation of Health and Safety Code Sections 11352 (cocaine, heroin, prescription meds) and 11379 (methamphetamine and prescription meds), call Julie Crawford who will give you a free and confidential consultation and devise a defense plan for your case. (831) 783-0222.