Arrested for Drugs at Summer Camp Music Festival?

summer-camp-music-festival-2012_raw[2]-1000-ffccccccWhite-3333-0.20.3-1At Miller Law Offices, P.C., I have been helping local music festival attendees deal with their drug charges for years now. As a former Peoria prosecutor, I know how harshly and thoughtlessly our criminal justice system can process and try drug cases. I have the experience and insight to slow down this judicial process and ensure that judges, juries, and prosecutors give my clients every consideration for a reduction or an altogether dismissal of their charges.Contact me today.

The Types of Cases My Firm Handles

The most common charges to result from local music festivals revolve around drugs. I have extensive experience in this area and have many times helped festival-goers fight these charges—from arguing for reductions or dismissals at their arraignment to skillfully representing them during their criminal trial.

I am experienced in defending the accused against charges of:

  • Felony and misdemeanor drug possession (720 ILCS 570/402)
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia (720 ILCS 600)
  • Drug possession with intent to deliver (720 ILCS 570)
  • DUI and drug DUI (625 ILCS 5)

Potential penalties for these types of offenses rely on a number of different factors, including the quantity of the drug found, the kind of drug, and the accused’s prior criminal history (if any). Whatever your charge might be, however, I am confident that I can help you resolve them. I am ready to assess the details of your case, determine your options and, if you see fit, start mounting an effective, aggressive defense on your behalf.

Ensure that all of your defense options are pursued to their fullest extent. Contact my offices today for a free initial consultation.

Were you charged with a drug offense at this past weekend’s Summer Camp Music Festival? The annual event brings more than 10,000 attendees to our area every year—and with it comes a heightened police presence. The result is a spike in drug charges that leaves many of those accused without the knowledge or resources to properly navigate the legal process.