Drug Offenses

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Gross McGinley Allentown PA Drug Offense Attorneys

Drug Offenses

Drug Charges in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Receiving a drug charge can have a devastating effect on your life — and finances.

You run the risk of conviction that can include:

  • Imprisonment
  • High fines
  • Loss of driving privileges
  • Delayed education
  • Career loss
  • Ineligibility or difficulty getting professional licenses or certifications
  • Child custody and visitation issues
  • Ineligibility for housing assistance
  • Immigration issues, including deportation
  • Loss of voting or gun ownership rights for a period of time

PA’s Marijuana Laws

Currently, Pennsylvania residents can use marijuana for medicinal use. Recreational use is, however, still illegal. Only qualified medical cannabis patients may have the drug in their possession.

Our attorneys stay up to date on legislation and can help you navigate confusion surrounding charges associated with:

  • Marijuana DUIs
  • Misuse of medical marijuana

Some PA cities — including Bethlehem, Philadelphia, York, Steelton, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and Lancaster — have begun to reduce penalties for simple possession.

 Why Choose Us?

If you’ve been charged with an offense, you have the right to an attorney and a trial. Our criminal defense attorneys the knowledge and experience to defend your rights and fight for the best possible outcome in your case.

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    Drug Offenses Team

    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Michael J. Blum

    Michael J. Blum

    Senior Counsel
    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Robert M. Campbell

    Robert M. Campbell

    Associate
    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Sara Hart Charette

    Sarah Hart Charette

    Partner
    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Constance K. Nelson

    Constance K. Nelson

    Associate

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