Criminal Defense Against Drug Paraphernalia Charges
Hundreds Of Drug Cases Handled In Denver And The Surrounding Cities
Though the possession of drug paraphernalia is considered a petty offense, serious consequences can result from a conviction, including:
- A criminal record/prior record
- The stigma of a drug conviction
- Possible immigration consequences if you are a noncitizen
If you are charged with the possession of drug paraphernalia, it’s important that you protect your record now. Get a criminal defense attorney on your side who has the experience and commitment to protect your rights.
The lawyers of the Denver law firm of Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., have handled hundreds of drug paraphernalia and drug possession charges both as defense lawyers and as government attorneys. Have you been charged with owning a meth pipe or another drug-related item, or having drug residue in a pipe? We can help you, or if you are a parent of a child facing drug charges, we can help him or her.
A Case Example
Though charges of possession of drug paraphernalia can sometimes become complex, a case we handled demonstrates our effectiveness in fully managing these cases. Our client was a minor and an Israeli immigrant facing charges of drug and paraphernalia (pipe) possession. After failing to appear for his hearing and having moved out of Colorado to New Mexico, he pleaded by mail to both paraphernalia and possession charges. He did this without the benefit of legal representation by an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Our client was happy with the outcome of his case and the way he had handled it, until he learned that a guilty plea would result in deportation through immigration laws and the immigration courts. We then arranged for 1) the withdrawal of the previous plea, 2) a conviction for marijuana possession, and 3) a not guilty plea on the charge of possessing drug paraphernalia. The result? A satisfied client who could remain in the U.S.
Contact Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C.
If you face criminal charges in the Denver, Colorado, area, contact Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C. We offer free initial consultations, answer phones 24 hours a day and offer same-day appointments and immediate jail visits. Also, we charge affordable rates, offer payment plans and accept credit cards. You can contact us online or by phone at 303-578-4036.