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Drug Possession Lawyer | St. Charles Criminal Defense Attorney

At the Glaesman Law Firm, LLC in St. Charles, we know that any drug charge — from minor drug possession to felony drug trafficking — can change your life forever. We will handle your case with the attention and seriousness it deserves. At Glaesman Law Firm, LLC we care about standing up for the rights of individuals and know its not about our bottom line. It's about you, your future and your freedom.

Experienced Lawyer With Winning Results

Attorney Lucas Glaesman has experience handling drug cases in federal, state and municipal court and understands that to get the best possible result, the prosecutor most know your lawyer is willing to try your case to a jury to get the best possible results on your. This translates into a winning legal strategy that connects well with the jury, anticipates prosecutors' moves and puts up a fight, no matter the charges our clients face:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug possession with intent to sell/distribute
  • Drug delivery
  • Drug trafficking
  • Drug manufacturing

We have successfully defended clients accused of drug possession, trafficking and manufacturing of heroin, opiates, oxycodone, Vicodin, cocaine, meth and other drugs.

Prior and Persistent Drug Offenders

If you have already been charged and convicted with a prior felony drug offense, you know that the penalties you are facing this time around are much harsher.  Prior and persistent drug statutes in Missouri can increase punishment levels for simple possession from a Class C felony (2 to 7 years) to a Class A felony (10 to 30 years, or life).  If you already have a drug related conviction and are now facing another one, you need to contact a criminal defense attorney experienced in defending people charged with drug crimes to protect your interests and your freedom.

When Your Future Is on the Line: Felony Drug Defense

It is critical to prevent a felony drug conviction from following you the rest of your life. This is especially true for college students and other young people who face felony drug charges — and potential school-related consequences.

Furthermore, a felony drug accusation involving the movement of drugs across state lines can lead to charges by the state government and by the federal government. Federal drug laws are often stricter than Missouri laws with more serious penalties.

If you or a loved one faces drug possession, trafficking and/or manufacturing charges, turn to a law firm with the trial experience necessary to get results. Arrange a free initial consultation by calling 314-827-4384. Do not gamble decades of your life on the wrong attorney.