Possession of Marijuana | Criminal Attorney

Boise Attorney: Marijuana Possession Charges in Idaho

Possession of Marijuana When a client of Martens Law Office in Boise, Idaho is charged with marijuana possession, or possession of spice attorney Jared Martens works hard to get the drug charges reduced. A ticket for marijuana possession is a misdemeanor offense. Consequences of conviction include loss of ability to get student loans, sentences requiring up to 100 hours of community service, and the obligation to post up to $500 as a bond.

Boise Criminal Defense Attorney
Meth, Heroin, Cocaine or Marijuana Possession

It is rare for a client of the Martens Law Office to spend a day in jail as a result of a simple misdemeanor drug possession charge. A skilled criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Martens has successfully employed strategies in defense of clients accused of drug possession in Idaho. Depending on the circumstances of the charges, he may consider challenging the district attorney's case, citing illegal search and seizure, lack of reasonable cause for a traffic stop or other breach of law enforcement procedures.

Sentencing Options | Drug Court or Substance Abuse Rehab Programs

Mr. Martens may recommend a plea bargain, where the suspect forfeits bond for court costs, and charges are reduced to possession of drug paraphernalia, or dropped altogether. In a case involving a guilty plea, he will request alternative sentencing options such as drug court or a rehab program.

Aggressive Criminal Defense | Drug Charges - Drug Trafficking

Martens Law Office provides aggressive defense services to clients facing a wide range of drug charges. In addition to charges of drug possession, the firm handles cases involving possession with intent to distribute and other drug trafficking charges. The firm has weekend and evening appointments available, offers free initial consultations, and accepts credit cards.

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