Possession With Intent To Deliver

Our Extensive Courtroom Experience Gives You The Advantage

Possession with intent to distribute is a serious charge, whether you are alleged to have intended to sell marijuana or a Schedule I controlled substance such as crack cocaine. Penalties can be significant. In many cases, your freedom — and life — are on the line. For example, the sale of a Schedule I controlled substance is a Class X felony that can lead to incarceration for up to 60 years, depending on the type and amount of the substance alleged to be in your possession.

We Handle Difficult And Complex Drug Trafficking Cases

To fight serious drug charges, you need a criminal defense lawyer who understands what it takes to bring your case before a jury, and win. When your life is on the line, you can rely on the leading Chicago criminal defense firm of Erickson & Oppenheimer, Ltd., to provide you with the representation you need and deserve.

Unlike other defense firms, we take on the truly tough cases. We are a trial law firm that has regularly obtained successful outcomes for our clients against serious felony charges in both state and federal court, including for crimes such as drug conspiracy and drug trafficking.

Get A Free Consultation With Top 100 Trial Attorneys

Jon Erickson and Michael Oppenheimer have been obtaining positive outcomes for defendants accused of delivery of a controlled substance and other drug charges for over 20 years. They have been featured in local, state and national news for their successful advocacy involving drug crimes.

If you are looking for a premier criminal defense firm, look no further. Contact us to schedule an initial consultation by calling 877-505-1924 or reaching us online. From our office in downtown Chicago, we represent clients throughout northern Illinois.

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