Possession of Heroin in Anaheim

In the state of California, and by extension in the city of Anaheim, heroin is considered to be a schedule I drug. This means that by law:

  • It is NOT considered to have any legitimate medical purpose or use, and
  • It is considered to have the potential for abuse

As such, possessing heroin is considered to be a serious offense. Additionally, using and trafficking heroin are also considered to be serious offenses and often attract harsher punishment than possession of heroin.

Whether or not you are a resident of California or a citizen of the United States, if you are arrested for possessing heroin, the different charges you will be facing are:

Defense against charges of heroin possession

Depending on the particular circumstances of your possession of heroin charge, there are several defense strategies that a defense attorney can use to defend your case. Some of the strategies that the attorney will explore include the following:

  • The heroin doesn’t belong to you because it belongs to someone else
  • You were caught in possession of heroin because the police asked you to be in possession of the heroin in relation to a heroin-related sting operation
  • The police conducted an illegal search and seizure operation according to California laws
  • The police fabricated evidence against you or forced a confession from you regarding the heroin possession.

There are definitely several other drug crime defense strategies that a competent defense attorney can explore. It is always a good idea to call the defense attorney sooner rather than later so that a strong strategy can be mounted in your defense, and ensure that your rights are protected.

Contact Johnson Criminal Law Group about your possession case today. Along with the services we provide, we have a network of service providers that can be utilized to get our clients the help they need and potentially keep them out of jail.

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