Possession of Marijuana
Overview of Possession of Marijuana Charges and Allegations in Everett, Lynnwood, Marysville and the Rest of Snohomish County, Washington, as well as Skagit County and King County Have you been charged with a Possession of Marijuana charge? Contact Ashbach Law Offices today for a free consultationExperienced, Knowledgeable and Successful Defense Lawyers in Snohomish County and Skagit County who are here to protect you and your interests in Everett, Lynnwood, Marysville and the rest of the surrounding areas. Possessing Marijuana in Washington State - Quantity Matters Greatly - VUCSA The attorneys of Ashbach Law Offices, LLC have extensive successful history in representing clients charged with possession of marijuana (also commonly referred to a "pot possession"). Through our experience and legal knowledge, we are often able to achieve dismissals of charges, or suppression of evidence (leading to dismissals), as well as reduction of charges, saving mandatory jail time, treatment, and ability to obtain federal student loans. If you have been, or someone you care about has, been charged with a drug crime and need to speak with an experienced drug attorney or drug lawyer, call (360) 659-4950 today for a free, no-pressure consultation. Depending on the amount of marijuana person is alleged to have possessed (and that person's age), that person could be charged with either a simple misdemeanor or a Class C felony. Oftentimes, this charge comes with the companion charge of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Ashbach Law Offices, LLC has significant history in successfully defending its clients who are charged with Possession of Marijuana crimes throughout Snohomish County and Skagit County. If you, or someone you care about, has been charged with Possession of Marijuana (or any other drug crime) call us today at (360) 659-4950 for a free consultation. We practice actively in cities like Arlington, Edmonds, Everett, Lake Stevens, Lynnwood, Monroe, Mukilteo and Marysville, Washington. RCW 69.50.4014 Possession of forty grams or less of marihuana — Penalty. Except as provided in RCW 69.50.401(2)(c) or as otherwise authorized by this chapter, any person found guilty of possession of forty grams or less of marijuana is guilty of a misdemeanor.