Drug Paraphernalia Charges in Hazelwood, MO - for as little as $450

Most Hazelwood Missouri Drug Paraphernalia Charges Can Be Handled for Only $450

Have you recently received a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia in or near Hazelwood, MO? Does this charge have you wondering about your legal rights and options? Are you getting nervous about how such a charge could affect your future? Did you know that if you were to plead guilty to the charge, the effects would be long lasting? Was the paraphernalia that was found in the form of a dug-out, or rolling papers, or a glass bong, or even a one-hitter? Are you familiar with all of the benefits that come with hiring a good attorney to help you through the process?

We Want to Get the Paraphernalia Charge Reduced So That It Does Not Show Up on Your Record

When you are dealing with a Hazelwood MO drug paraphernalia charge, you want to make sure that you treat it with great care. In other words, you do not want to act is if it is “no big deal.” Most people in Hazelwood make the unfortunate mistake of simply pleading guilty to this kind of charge. They figure that is the best and easiest way to deal with the situation. But in making this choice, you will end up carrying the charge around on your permanent record forever (and forever is a long, long time). And if you have this kind of charge on your record, then you are going to find it incredibly difficult to get a good job (because most employers do background checks on all potential employees as a way to screen out candidates); you will have a hard time securing a decent apartment (because most landlords perform a background check for the same reason); and you will likely end up losing any and all governmental support you might be receiving right now (like food stamps, unemployment benefits, and public housing vouchers).

$450 To Take Care of Most Paraphernalia Charges

But we have a much different plan in mind!! We want to get the charge reduced to some lesser offense (like “littering,” which does not show up on your record at all). This will give you the best chance to move forward with life in a positive direction, and put the paraphernalia charge behind you.

As of January 1, 2017, the following laws regarding drug paraphernalia possession went into effect:

  1. If you are caught with paraphernalia, and it is your first offense, then it is a Class D Misdemeanor
  2. If you have plead guilty to any prior drug-related crimes, then it is a Class A Misdemeanor

Hazelwood, MO is a city in the northwestern portion of St. Louis County.

The affordable St. Louis drug paraphernalia possession attorneys at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken have been helping people get out of their drug-related charges for over ten (10) years. Our goal is to make sure that you can move forward with life without a major hit to your record. And we want to do it an affordable price. The fees for a typical Hazelwood drug paraphernalia charge start at $450.

We have two main locations: in the Central West End, at 1 North Taylor (on the corner of Taylor and Laclede), 63108; and in the Twin Cities of Festus / Crystal City, at 1000 Truman Blvd (Highway 61/67), 63019. The initial consultation is free of charge. So contact us today to learn more!!

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