When you’ve been charged with possession of controlled substance, board certified criminal trial law attorney Robert Malove leaves no stone unturned. He aggressively argues every aspect of the law to ensure your legal rights were not violated and that law enforcement acted within the bounds of their authority.

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Whether your arrest relates to possession of controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, drug trafficking, doctor shopping or being caught with a small bag of marijuana or a kilo of cocaine, you need a serious defense.

Many times a drug charge starts out as something else – a stop for a routine traffic infraction such as speeding, a pat down for weapons, a search of your car or home. Depending upon your particular situation, the charges may be dismissed based on an unlawful search.

Sometimes, in order to conduct a search, police may seek to obtain consent to search. Consent to search may have been obtained by the police in violation of the constitutional guarantee against unreasonable searches and seizures. Most people don’t even know that consent was given. For example, the police could say something like, “you don’t want a drug problem in your neighborhood, do you?” A homeowner could respond is such a way that they unintentionally or involuntarily waive their Constitutional rights.

Even if proper procedures were followed and a search warrant was obtained, did the police exceed the scope of the warrant? Was the search overboard and perhaps the warrant stated that the home could be searched, but not the specific place were the contraband was found?

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Whether your arrest relates to possession of controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, drug trafficking, doctor shopping or being caught with a small bag of marijuana or a kilo of cocaine, you need a serious defense.
Many times a drug charge starts out as something else – a stop for a routine traffic infraction such as speeding, a pat down for weapons, a search of your car or home. Depending upon your particular situation, the charges may be dismissed based on an unlawful search.
Sometimes, in order to conduct a search, police may seek to obtain consent to search. Consent to search may have been obtained by the police in violation of the constitutional guarantee against unreasonable searches and seizures. Most people don’t even know that consent was given. For example, the police could say something like, “you don’t want a drug problem in your neighborhood, do you?” A homeowner could respond is such a way that they unintentionally or involuntarily waive their Constitutional rights.
Even if proper procedures were followed and a search warrant was obtained, did the police exceed the scope of the warrant? Was the search overboard and perhaps the warrant stated that the home could be searched, but not the specific place were the contraband was found?

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