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Strong Defense Against Drug Possession Charges

Drug possession charges can stem from being in the wrong place at the wrong time or from police finding a significant amount of illegal substances in your possession. Conviction for the possession of illicit drugs can result in serious consequences, including jail time and strict probation requirements.

At J. Kippa Law, LLC, attorney Jeffrey Kippa’s team understand how scary it is to be facing drug possession charges. They know that a simple drug possession charge can significantly impact a person’s life.

Why You Should Work With An Attorney Right Away

Charges for marijuana possession or other drug possession crimes can result from finding small to large amounts of drugs in the defendant’s possession. People who are in the same vehicle or household as someone who is using or has illegal drugs can also face charges.

Drug charges go on a person’s criminal record and can affect employment opportunities and even housing applications. Due to the severe nature of these charges and the impact they can have on a person’s future, it is critical to work with an attorney right away.

Expungement Can Protect Your Future

In many cases, it is essential to work on expungement in conjunction with the possession case. Lawyer Jeffrey Kippa and his defense team have extensive experience handling drug possession cases along with expungement. They understand how the process works and what options are available in each specific case.

Drug possession charges may not seem like a big deal, but the penalties associated with a conviction can have short- and long-term consequences that can be difficult to resolve in the future if a reputable attorney does not handle the case.

Contact Jeffrey Kippa

Located in Appleton, Jeffrey Kippa’s criminal defense team represent clients in Green Bay and Oshkosh and throughout Wisconsin. Contact them online or call them at 920-733-1100.


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