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Toronto Possession of Drugs for the Purpose of Trafficking Criminal Defence Lawyer

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A person in possession of a large quantity of drugs for personal use may be charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking when no trafficking activity ever took place. Circumstances that can lead to these charges may include how the drugs are packaged and possession of items or paraphernalia common to drug trafficking, such as multiple cell phones, scales, weapons and debt lists.

If you are facing charges of possession for drugs/controlled substances for the purposes of trafficking, I will do everything legally possible to mount a strong defence. I will uncover the details behind any drug arrest – from investigating the evidence against you, to interviewing witnesses and developing effective constitutional challenges to your arrest and search.

If your case requires a jury trial, I have the necessary experience, advocacy skills and confidence to convincingly argue your case to the jury.

My goal is always to win an acquittal for you, and I won't recommend a plea bargain unless I believe that it is the best option in your case.

If the Crown has a compelling and overwhelming case against you, I will work to minimize the impact on your freedom and your future.

Call Drug Charges Defence Lawyer Anthony De Marco for a Free Consultation

Contact my Toronto, Ontario, office today to discuss your drug/controlled substances case. I offer a free 30-minute consultation. For your convenience, I accept Visa and offer payment plans. You can reach me by phone at (416) 651-2299 or toll free at 1-888-399-3164 or via e-mail.

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