Kane County Lawyers For Ecstasy Possession Charges

Ecstasy may be a popular drug with young people, but it is unpopular with Illinois lawmakers who voted to increase penalties for Ecstasy possession. The law, which became effective in 2002, is meant to prevent young people from suffering Ecstasy-related injuries or death by punishing those who distribute the drug; for people caught with the drug, this means that they can experience harsh, far-reaching consequences. In the Aurora area, The Law Office of Richard C. Irvin & Associates is committed to providing effective criminal defense representation to people facing Ecstasy possession charges.

Aurora / Elgin Ecstasy Drug Dealing Defense Attorney

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Most of our clients who face Ecstasy possession charges are alleged dealers of the drug. The penalties for Ecstasy possession vary depending on how many pills the police found when they arrested you. If you were caught with 15 or fewer pills, you may face up to three years in prison. On the other end of the spectrum, if you were caught with 1500 or more pills, may face up to 50 years in prison.

Our Aurora attorneys for Ecstasy possession charges will take aggressive steps to prevent you from receiving harsh penalties. Attorney Richard C. Irvin is a former prosecutor and can analyze your case from a prosecutor’s perspective. He possesses the skills, knowledge and experience to help you move forward with your life.