Drug Charges In Colorado

Drug crimes for possession of controlled substances in Colorado statutes have been clearly established. The legal system defines drugs as “controlled substances”. Some marijuana violations may be considered a misdemeanor, While other marijuana violations may result in serious felony allegations. Possession of less than one ounce of marijuana is considered a petty offense; usually resulting in a fine. Possession of larger amounts of marijuana can result in potential distribution of marijuana charges.

Call Colorado Springs Drug Crimes Lawyer Michael Moran for your free consultation at 719-447-1923. Mike has many years of experience in defending criminal cases involving drug charges. As a skilled defense attorney, Mike protects your constitutional rights and Works to secure the best possible outcome for you.

Possession of a controlled substance is most often a felony offense. On occasion, possession of a controlled substance can be charged as a misdemeanor. The felony charges may range from simple use of a controlled substance to distribution of a controlled substance. Felony controlled substance charges may consist of:

* Possession of a controlled substance
* Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance
* Prescription forgery or fraud to obtain a controlled substance
* Possession of materials to manufacture a controlled substance
* Possession of prescription drugs without a prescription

Controlled substances include:

* Methamphetamine
* Cocaine
* Ecstasy
* Heroin
* OxyContin
* Hallucinogens
* Prescription Drugs

Mike Moran evaluates and researches all Fourth Amendment Search and Seizure violations. If your constitutional rights have been violated, any wrongdoing by the police will be punished and the evidence “suppressed” If the evidence is suppressed it cannot be used against you at court or by the prosecutor.

Please call the office of Michael W. Moran at 719-447-1923.