Drug Crimes

San Francisco Drug Crime Attorney

Marc Pelta: Drug Crime Lawyer in San Francisco

Here are some tips when charged with a drug crime:

  • You can ask an officer “am I free to leave?”, if they do not have a warrant or reasonable cause.
  • Everyone is entitled to see a search warrant before their property is searched.
  • If you’re arrested, record the events that happened during the arrest (also record witness names, statements, timelines, police badge and patrol car numbers as well as any property damage.) 
  • Immediately document any injuries you may have sustained during an arrest.
  • Do not discuss your case with anyone until a lawyer is present, no exceptions!
  • Relatives or associates maybe used to testify against you, if you’ve discussed your case with them.
  • Your “cellmates” can also testify against you, so don’t discuss your case in jail.
  • Carefully listen to your attorney’s advice because it can save your future and freedom.

Hire a Drug Law Professional

Meet with a lawyer who is current on drug laws in California, as the narcotic legislation has changed.  Fortunately, Marc Pelta is a professional in this tricky field.

We can Defend:

  • Possession For Personal Use
  • Possession With Intent To Sell
  • Possession With Intent To Sell Within The Proximity Of A School
  • Trafficking
  • Manufacturing
  • Prior Drug Conviction 
  • Enhancements
  • All Federal Narcotic Offenses
  • Prop 36 / Drug Court
  • And More …Call For Details

Call Marc Pelta for a free consultation about your narcotics investigation!


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