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Facing Wisconsin Drug Possession Charges?  

Did you know that, in Wisconsin, you can be charged with a felony for giving prescription drugs to a friend – even if no money is exchanged? Did you know that drugs don’t have to be on your person to be in your possession? They can be lying on the ground next to you and still be considered under your control.

The law enforcement of Wisconsin doesn’t take drug possession charges lightly, and neither do we. Having a record with a criminal conviction can alter your life significantly.

Even if you don’t end up serving jail time, all drug charges in the state come with a minimum six-month driver’s license suspension/revocation, for example, and that’s just the beginning in some cases. There can also be significant fines and jail time served up with drug possession charges, depending on the circumstances.

At Huppertz & Powers, S.C., we’ve fought this fight before. Waukesha, Wisconsin, felony drug arrest attorney Matthew Huppertz has argued hundreds of cases in front of Wisconsin’s judges and juries since 1982. Attorney Mark Powers is also a former Waukesha County prosecutor with extensive criminal defense experience. We have experience protecting clients facing accusations of:

  • Possession of marijuana/pot (THC)
  • Possession of cocaine/crack
  • Possession of MDMA/Ecstasy
  • Possession of Oxycontin/Oxycodone
  • Possession of methamphetamines/crystal meth
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Possession with intent to distribute/sell
  • Prescription drug fraud
  • Delivery of THC/heroin/other drugs

So if you’ve been charged with drug possession, don’t lose hope. These charges can be beaten – we’ve done it before.

We will fight to protect your rights and help you avoid a conviction that could affect the rest of your life.  Contact us by e-mail or call 262-549-5979 to schedule a free meeting with us.

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