Arrests for Ordering Marijuana by Mail

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Ordering marijuana by mail can land you in serious trouble. If caught, you will face state-level charges at the minimum. Many people believe they can get away with ordering marijuana by mail as they will not be held liable if they can allege they didn’t expect to receive the package. This defense won’t hold up in a court of law if there is sufficient evidence against you proving otherwise.

Even if you have not yet been visited by police or feds, this does not mean you are safe from prosecution. In fact, this kind of charge can lead to separate charges under separate sovereigns, meaning you can face separate sentences in both state and federal court for this one offense. The police may be working to build a case against you, which is why you need to consult an attorney immediately.

If you have been arrested for ordering marijuana by mail, follow these tips:

  • Don’t make any statements or answer any questions
  • Do not consent to police searches
  • Consult with a lawyer
  • Avoid being pulled over or arrested for any other reason
  • Pass a drug test ASAP, if possible

Contact Our Virginia Beach Criminal Defense Lawyers

If you have been charged with ordering marijuana by mail, you will need legal representation immediately. This incredibly serious charge can lead to a number of consequences, and it is essential you have the legal backing of a prominent Virginia Beach criminal defense lawyer you can trust. At the Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller, we are dedicated to defending the innocence of our clients with diligence and determination. While you may feel you have no hope, these kinds of cases are not impossible and we can guarantee our energy and resources will be devoted to helping you.

Call our Virginia Beach criminal defense lawyers today at (757) 267-4949.

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