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Search of residence leads to drug charges for Illinois man

| Apr 23, 2017 | Uncategorized

Individuals who are accused of drug-related crimes generally find the subsequent process stressful and intimidating. A conviction for similar charges is severe and can have a long-term impact on numerous areas of a person’s life. A man may be facing similar difficulties after he was recently arrested and is now facing drug charges following the search of an Illinois residence.

According to authorities, a search warrant was obtained and executed at the home in question. Upon searching the home, police claim to have uncovered a large amount of cocaine and cannabis, which was allegedly intended for sale, along with various drug paraphernalia and a stolen gun. The man was arrested following the search and apparently remains in custody awaiting criminal proceedings.

The was no indication of the evidence or inside information that would have supported the need for a search of the residence. Countless individuals have been accused of crimes following similar searches. The accused individual is reportedly facing charges for possession of cocaine and cannabis with intent to deliver, along with possession of a stolen weapon. If a conviction is obtained, he would likely face several disastrous consequences, including a lengthy prison term.

When facing drug charges, it is generally advisable to seek legal counsel early on. Individuals who are accused of drug-related crimes often speak with a defense attorney for guidance and assistance throughout the difficult process. An attorney in Illinois can thoroughly examine all evidence against an individual and assist him or her in forming a strong defense, which may prove crucial to obtaining the most favorable outcome possible.

Source: kfvs12.com, “Marion, IL man facing multiple drug, guns charges“, Joshua Murray, April 10, 2017