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Do the charges fit the crime?

There Are Times When Prosecutors Overcharge Drug Possession Cases

When you are convicted of drug possession, even when it is in small amounts, it could change your life drastically. Oftentimes, the charges do not fit the crime, and when it happens, you’d be facing drug felony charges that require you to pay fines ranging from $25,000 or more, jail time, and/or probation.

Therefore, you need an experienced defense lawyer on your side when facing these drug possession charges. When enlisting the help of Myles S. Breiner’s law office, we are knowledgeable in handling cases related to drug possession, this includes knowing how cases should be charged and challenging prosecution for any wrong convictions.

We Examine Everything

Having every element of the case examined, from evidence to witness accounts, Mr. Breiner makes sure your rights are protected. He will work tirelessly to achieve positive results in your case, which includes an acquittal, dismissal of all or some charges, or a plea agreement that is reached with the prosecutor.

Felony Charges

The state of Hawaii charges crimes based on the amount of the drug and its category, whether they are “dangerous”, “detrimental”, or “harmful.”

  • Class A Felony Possession — this act could be punishable by a period of incarceration of up to 20 years, without the possibility of probation or a suspended sentence. The convicted felon is also fined up to $50,000.
  • Class B Felony Possession — this act could be punishable by a period of incarceration of up to 10 years. The person charged with Class B Felony Possession is also fined up to $25,000.
  • Class C Felony Possession — this act is the least serious type of felony. However, they are punishable of up to 5 years of imprisonment and a fine of up to $10,000.

Get in Touch with Us

At the Law Offices of Myles S. Breiner, we are dedicated to providing strong legal representation for drug possession cases. Conveniently located in Honolulu and serving all of Hawaii, we are available 24 hours per day, seven days per week. We offer flexible office hours and payment plans.
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