The professional Fort Wayne drug lawyer team at Leonard, Hammond, Thoma & Terrill, P.C., defends clients facing all types of state and federal drug charges, including those involving:

  • Dealing or trafficking in cocaine, heroin or meth
  • Dealing or trafficking in marijuana/weed
  • Illegal possession of prescription drugs or other controlled substances
  • Writing fraudulent prescriptions
  • Manufacture of methamphetamine
  • Habitual controlled substance offenses

Whether you are a minor picked up for possession of a small amount of marijuana or someone who has multiple previous arrests, we know how to help.

Marijuana Possession & Sale

In Indiana, marijuana possession and sale are common accusations. Possession of any amount is considered a misdemeanor, with greater penalties for prior offenses or possession 30 grams or more. Conditional discharge may be available for first-time offenders. Sale or cultivation penalties are based on the amount of the offense, with higher maximum fines or incarceration times for sale to a minor. Regardless of the charges against you, our team of marijuana lawyers and specialists can help.

Marijuana Lawyers: Protecting Your Fourth Amendment Rights

In all drug crime cases, our Fort Wayne drug lawyer teams pay close attention to how the police obtained the evidence against you. In some cases, the police violate the defendant’s constitutional right to be free of unlawful search and seizure. Any evidence obtained by illegal means cannot be used against you in court. If authorities did not have probable cause to search you, your vehicle or your home or if they failed to properly execute a search warrant, we will move to have the evidence against you suppressed. That’s why it pays to have an experienced team of “weed attorneys” on your side.

Talk With An Experienced Fort Wayne Drug Lawyer

We are experienced in defending clients in federal court on charges involving drugs, guns or both. Federal agencies often spend a great deal of time investigating a case. Sentences for convictions are severe. Do not wait until an arrest to contact a lawyer. If you suspect you are under investigation, please call our office as soon as possible.

To arrange a consultation with an experienced Fort Wayne drug crimes attorney, please use our contact form or call toll free (260) 420-6000. Our law firm defends clients throughout Indiana.