Get Strong Defense Against Any Drug Charge

Prosecutors don't care about what happens to you if you are convicted of a drug crime, but the lawyers at Kaess Law, LLC, do.

Despite the growing acceptance of marijuana use, prosecutors in Minnesota are all too happy to throw the book at someone for marijuana possession. This can mean months or up to a year in jail, in addition to heavy fines and a conviction on your record that can make it difficult for you to get a job, rent an apartment or secure a loan, among other things.

Whether you're facing criminal charges for possession of marijuana, prescription medication or other controlled substances, our St. Paul law firm is here to help you protect your rights and future freedoms. We have nearly 20 years of combined legal experience which we will use to advocate on your behalf.

You're not in this fight alone when you retain attorney Ryan Kaess.

We Handle Any Drug Charge

At Kaess Law, LLC, we are thorough in our representation of you. We will put together evidence that builds a strong defense against any drug charge, including:

  • Possession of marijuana, heroin, cocaine and other controlled substances
  • Possession of prescription medication
  • Possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle
  • Sale or distribution of a controlled substance
  • Cultivation and manufacturing
  • Drug trafficking

We know the tactics police and prosecutors use to get you to plead guilty. We don't think you should have to take a plea deal just to get prosecutors off your back.

We will put the opposition on notice, seek motions to dismiss, refute evidence, challenge searches and seizures, among other things, all in an effort to get the charges against you dropped or a better outcome.

Violations Of Minnesota Medical Marijuana Laws

In 2014, Minnesota became the 23rd state to legalize medical marijuana, imposing strict laws regulating the drug, including how much an individual may possess and in what forms. Even though medical marijuana is legal in our state, recreational marijuana continues to be against the law.

Violating Minnesota medical marijuana laws constitutes a misdemeanor and can include possessing the drug in any form not allowed under the law, possessing more than a 30-day supply of the drug, or possessing the drug without registering with the state's medical cannabis program, among other things.

Just because violating state medical marijuana laws is a misdemeanor doesn't mean you shouldn't take the charges against you seriously. You need to fight to protect your rights and Kaess Law, LLC, can help.

Build A Strong Defense Today

If you're facing drug charges, you can bet prosecutors have already started building a case against you. Respond in turn with a strong defense strategy backed by more than two decades of experience successfully handling criminal cases.

If you've already been convicted of a drug offense, you may be able to seal your record through an expungement.

Don't just wait to see what happens after an arrest for drug possession. Protect your future with our help. Schedule a free case evaluation by contacting our St. Paul office at 651-204-2415 or through this online contact form.