A Possession Of Marijuana Conviction Could Change Your Life – Protect Your Future

It's not just a little "pot." It can mean more than just a slap on the wrist. It will cost you more than you think. The fact is that being convicted for possession of marijuana carries two sentences. The first one is given by the court. The second, and by far the most severe, is given out again and again by prospective employers, lending institutions, and professional organizations for a long time thereafter.

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Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., represents people from many different backgrounds — juveniles, college students, blue collar workers, and white collar professionals alike — and defends them against marijuana and other sustance-related criminal charges. The firm handles marijuana cases here in the Denver area and across Colorado's Front Range and can effectively protect your rights in the face of charges such as:

  • Possession of marijuana
  • Felony possession
  • Marijuana cultivation
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Minor in possession
  • Sales, trafficking, or distribution

Although punishments for juveniles are more limited, teenagers and college-age students need to know that a drug conviction can prevent them from being eligible for federal student loans and grants. Attorney Shazam Kianpour understands the potentially life-changing consequences that "a little bit of pot" can have and will spare no efforts to obtain the best possible result on your behalf.

If this is your first offense, Mr. Kianpour will help you navigate and adhere to Pretrial Services guidelines and work with prosecutors and judges to get you placed into a diversion program for first-time offenders. If, however, you have previous convictions or were also in possession of paraphernalia such as scales or baggies, Shazam Kianpour will fight to challenge the evidence against you at every possible opportunity.

The Beginning of the Solution

For experienced criminal defense representation in a marijuana case, call the firm's 24-hour telephone number or contact them by email to schedule an initial consultation.