Drug Possession Lawyer.

If you are charged with drug possession or another type of drug crime, you need to retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney. Former prosecutors turned BRE Law criminal defense attorneys Nrupa Patel and Andrew Wessler are willing and able to speak to you about your case.

Drug crimes have severe consequences.

Illinois has very strict laws against the possession and use of controlled substances, or drugs. A drug possession charge or possession of a controlled substance is not a charge to take lightly. Depending on the drug in question and how much of it you are alleged to have been found with, you can be facing some very serious consequences. Do not risk your future or your freedom by assuming that a drug possession charge is not a big deal.

Charged with drug possession or another drug crime? Contact BRE Law.

If you or a loved one is facing a drug possession charge or a different type of drug charge, you need an experienced criminal attorney on your side. BRE Law Partners Nrupa Patel and Andrew Wessler are former prosecutors turned criminal defense attorney who represent individuals charged with drug crimes throughout Macon County and the surrounding areas. Contact us for a free consultation.

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Arrested for a DUI in Decatur IL, Macon County, or the surrounding area? You need a DUI lawyer on your side. Partner Nrupa Patel is a former prosecutor turned criminal defense attorney who understands how the State will proceed against you. Contact BRE Law for a free consultation.

Juvenile law is an area of criminal law that is applicable to persons not old enough to be held responsible for criminal acts. This post highlights ten general things that you should know about juvenile law.

Court supervision is a form of sentencing that is available for many misdemeanor crimes committed in Illinois. BRE Law can help you navigate this area of criminal law. Please click the above link to learn more about how court supervision may be a viable alternative to a criminal conviction.

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