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Experienced And Serious Criminal Defense For Drug Possession Charges

The state of Indiana doesn’t take drug crimes lightly. Drug possession charges can range anywhere from a Class A misdemeanor to a Level 6 felony, all of which can result in time behind bars and hefty fines. Criminal defense attorney Dorie Maryan founded Maryan Law, LLC, in Bargersville to defend individuals accused of crimes in Bargersville, Johnson County and Greenwood. She is a drug possession attorney with decades of courtroom and criminal defense experience.

Indiana’s Different Types Of Drug Possession Crimes

In the state of Indiana, the types of drug possession charges can range in severity from a misdemeanor to a felony based on the type of controlled substance and the amount of drugs involved. For example, Indiana drug possession charges can include:

  • Possession of cocaine or a narcotic drug can be a Level 6 felony to a Level 3 felony
  • Possession of methamphetamine can be a Level 6 felony to a Level 3 felony
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia can be a Class C misdemeanor or a Class A misdemeanor
  • Possession of marijuana can be a Class B misdemeanor to a Level 6 felony
  • Possession or sale of precursors can be a Level 5 or a Level 6 felony

Each drug possession case is different. Attorney Maryan will craft a criminal defense strategy that is based on the unique set of facts and circumstances of your criminal drug charges. For example, if there was an overdose and criminal charges were filed after seeking medical assistance, certain defense strategies or alternative settlement options that involve seeking treatment may be available to you.

Possession Of A Controlled Substance And The Abuse Of Prescription Drugs

With the abuse of prescription drugs on the rise throughout the United States, so is the overdose death rate from the abuse of these drugs. Regularly prescribed prescription drugs such as opioids like oxycontin, Vicodin and Percocet, stimulants like Adderall and Ritalin, as well as depressants like Ambien, Valium and Xanax, are commonly available as street drugs and can easily be abused and misused. In addition, distribution of a drug that results in an overdose death could be charged as a homicide if you were involved in the trafficking or distribution of that drug.

Consult An Indiana Drug Possession Lawyer

At Maryan Law, attorney Maryan is available by appointment for initial consultations. To schedule an initial consultation appointment, call the office at 317-245-6141 or reach out through the firm’s online form.