Phoenix Ecstasy Attorney
Ecstasy Possession in Arizona Carries Heavy Penalties
The state of Arizona classifies ecstasy, or MDMA, as a dangerous drug.
For first time offenders, possession of dangerous drugs can often be dismissed
through a diversion program, but for repeat offenders a case involving
ecstasy could result in a prison sentence. If you or someone that you
know has been charged with an ecstasy drug crime, contact the Law Offices
of Joshua S. Davidson, PLC today to explore your options regarding defending
against the charge. With superior knowledge of the Arizona legal system
and a professional background in prosecution, Mr. Davidson is able to
help give you the guidance and advise you about how to best move forward
with your defense. Are you the victim of a violation of your rights in
search and seizure? Allow us to review your case and determine what can
be done to seek any advantage, such as reduced charges, alternatives to
prison time, or a dismissed charge.
Joshua S. Davidson brings to the table a superior knowledge of the legal system of Arizona,
formerly serving as a prosecutor for DUI,
drug crimes, aggravated assault, and domestic violence crimes. When seeking legal
advice, you need a powerful defender if you want to avoid the consequences
of conviction. You can feel confident in your choice with the Phoenix
ecstasy lawyer from our firm on your side. Our first action will be to
fully analyze the evidence, and to seek out the various options that could
open the door to a positive verdict, such as police errors, lab errors,
or other flaws. With early intervention in your case, it may be possible
to avoid charges being filed at all. We act fast, and we know what we
are doing in drug crime defense, and what it takes to get a positive outcome.
Let us review the facts in your case at once, so we can advise you of
the strategy that could be effective in your case.
A charge involving ecstasy possession, sale, or trafficking can destroy
your future opportunities. You may have been involved in a party or other
activity and not realized the consequences you could be dealing with if
caught in possession of this controlled substance. With ecstasy being
listed as a dangerous drug under state law, possession with intent to
sell can lead to time in the state prison – even for a first offense.
Other penalties can incur including expensive fines, random drug testing,
probation, and community service, based upon the quantity involved, and
other factors such as the location of the alleged crime, and whether minors
were involved. Let us help you if you have been charged with an ecstasy
crime in Phoenix. Our legal team has exceptional qualifications to serve
you, and we are ready to help you to fight back.
Contact us so we can initiate the defense actions that could benefit you.