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Four ways to block the prosecution’s evidence

When you’re facing drug charges, the prosecution is probably going to threaten you with harsh penalties. This is an attempt to get you to take a plea deal, which can be very tempting when the evidence against you seems insurmountable.

But you shouldn’t immediately latch onto a settlement offer put forth by the prosecution. This is because you may have strong criminal defense options that can help you beat the charges levied against you, even if there seems to be a lot of evidence.

Ways that you can block the prosecution’s evidence

One of the best ways to attack the prosecution’s case is to block its evidence. Previously on the blog, we discussed how evidence can be suppressed after an illegal search and seizure, but that isn’t the only way that you can block the prosecution’s evidence. Here are some other options that may be at your fingertips:

Do you need an aggressive advocate on your side?

A conviction for a drug-related crime can cause extensive damage to your life, from stripping you of your freedom and threatening your ability to obtain employment and appropriate housing in the future. With so much on the line, you owe it to yourself to present the strongest criminal defense possible.

An aggressive advocate who knows the law can help you determine the best way to attack the prosecution’s case and to try to block its evidence. Hopefully, with a strong litigator by your side, you can achieve the outcome that is right for you, thereby allowing you to turn the page on this difficult chapter in your life.