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Even trivial drug cases are aggressively prosecuted.

Whether charged with being in possession of drugs, under the influence of drugs, selling drugs, or transporting drugs, State and Federal law enforcement agencies are heavily incentivized to arrest and prosecute you.

The good news is that in many cases, drug charges can be dismissed EVEN AFTER A PLEA OF GUILTY if the defendant participates in a program and adheres to court-imposed conditions.

Slattery Law Firm attorneys will attack the prosecution’s case to prevent the potentially serious consequences of a conviction landing on you. Our attorneys will get answers to the questions the prosecution do not want asked: Was there valid probable cause for any search of person or premises. Was there sufficient reasonable suspicion? Were you in possession of prescribed drugs? The right answer to any one of those questions can sink the prosecutions case.

Once again, the good news is that in many cases, drug charges can be dismissed EVEN AFTER A PLEA OF GUILTY if the defendant participates in a program and adheres to court-imposed conditions.

PC 1000 (D.E.O.J./ DEFERRED ENTRY OF JUDGMENT)

PC 1000, (or as it is frequently called: D.E.O.J.) acts is a program for first time non-violent drug offenders. Unsurprisingly, you must adhere to terms and conditions laid down by the court, often drug rehabilitation of some kind, but if you comply, the charges will usually be completely dismissed after 18 months.

PROPOSITION 36

Like D.E.O.J. the objective and outcome of Proposition 36 (or, as it is frequently called: Prop 36) is dismissal of the charges. Prop 36 is essentially the same as D.E.O.J. but requires more scrutiny from the courts and an enhanced level of treatment for the offender.

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