Drug Possession Charge for Pasadena Pair
Drug Possession Charge for Pasadena Pair
Police officers in Pasadena arrested an adult and a juvenile, following a police chase that ended in La Canada. Officers attempted to stop a vehicle after the driver committed a moving violation. The driver fled the area, and later abandoned the vehicle, attempting to flee on foot. Both suspects possessed methamphetamine at the time of their arrest. Prosecutors charged the adult with drug possession, felony evading and child endangerment. They took the juvenile suspect, a Los Angeles resident, to a Los Angeles County juvenile facility.

Pasadena Drug Possession Lawyer

Proposition 47 changed the way prosecutors handle simple drug possession charges. Many arrests involve more than simple drug possession charges, though. That’s why you need the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney like Robert M. Helfend.

Mr. Helfend practices criminal defense in Los Angeles County and throughout Southern California. In more than 30 years of practice, he has defended thousands of Californians who faced criminal charges.

Mr. Helfend will work aggressively to reduce or eliminate the charges against you. This is an important strategy in California, since repeat felony convictions can result in longer sentences. By working to reduce the seriousness of the charges, Mr. Helfend can help clients avoid Three Strikes penalties.

Mr. Helfend also manages each case personally. That’s something you’re not likely to get if you work with a larger law firm. Typically, high profile defenders take cases in, but then pass most clients to less experienced associates. Mr. Helfend will work directly with you to develop and present your defense. You’ll always have the benefit of his extensive courtroom experience.

Don’t settle for inexperience. Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (310) 456-3317, (818) 591-2809 or (805) 273-5611 for an immediate consultation on your Los Angeles County drug possession case.

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