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Milwaukee Heroin Possession
Defense Lawyers

Smart, aggressive, and experienced heroin possession defense lawyers.


Have You Been Accused of Possessing Heroin?

In Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin, criminal prosecutors often take a much harsher approach to charges of heroin possession than to charges involving possession of other drugs. This is partially due to the stigma associated with heroin use, not to mention the media attention received by heroin overdoses and deaths. If you have been accused of possessing heroin, you want a lawyer on your side who understands how prosecutors work and is willing to counter the hard-line approach they use in these drug charges.

Defense Strategies

At Courtney & Molter, our lawyers have been defending people against heroin possession charges for more than 30 years. We know that, now more than ever, prosecutors may be less willing to negotiate. They may not be willing to offer drug diversion programs or other alternatives, instead pressing for the maximum penalty. We know that we will have to aggressively protect your rights and your future.

In order to succeed, we need to carefully examine your case. We will review the steps the police took prior to arresting you. Did they have probable cause or did illegal search and seizure take place? If there was a warrant, was it accurate and used properly? Are there mitigating factors that need to be taken into consideration? We will get all the information we need to build a strong defense strategy. If prosecutors are unwilling to negotiate, we will go to trial to defend you against heroin possession charges.

Heroin Possession With Intent to Sell

Depending on the amount of heroin you were allegedly caught with, you may be charged with possession with intent to sell. You may face charges of drug trafficking and distribution. We can defend against all heroin charges.

Free Initial Consultation

Call our Milwaukee heroin possession defense attorneys directly at 414-224-6070 in Milwaukee or contact us online. Phones are answered 24 hours a day. If we can’t speak to you right away, don’t worry — we will return your call or e-mail soon.

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