Drug possession charge arises from Oxnard traffic stop
Drug possession charge arises from Oxnard traffic stop
An Oxnard man faces drug possession and weapons charges following an early morning traffic stop. Oxnard police say an officer stopped a vehicle for a code violation. During the stop, the officer discovered that the man was driving on a suspended license.

Upon searching the vehicle, the officer discovered a loaded firearm and arrested the driver. In addition, the search also produced a controlled substance. The man now faces felony drug possession charges with a firearm. He also faces misdemeanor charges of possessing a firearm with an altered or removed serial number and carrying a loaded firearm.

He posted a $50,000 bail, but he will return to court for arraignment on the charges this week.

Oxnard drug possession attorney

Although the state has shifted its position on minor drug charges, prosecutors still vigorously pursue felony drug crimes. When you’re facing drug charges, hire an experienced drug possession attorney like Robert Helfend. Mr. Helfend has nearly 35 years of experience in criminal courtroom defense. He takes drug cases in Ventura County and throughout Southern California.

Avoiding felony charges is exceptionally important, especially in California. The state’s Three Strikes Law poses a serious threat to citizens. A history of felony convictions can put you in prison for life under this law.

An aggressive criminal defense attorney can help you by getting charges against you reduced or dropped. Your attorney can also help get evidence against you excluded, particularly if it came from a legally questionable search.

Don’t settle for attorneys who won’t fight for your rights, and don’t accept an inexperienced attorney! Instead, work with an experienced, aggressive attorney who will fight for you. Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (805) 273-5611, (310) 456-3317 or (818) 591-2809 for an immediate consultation on your Ventura County drug possession case.

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