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Caught or Charged With Drug Possession or Stopped For Drugged Driving?

Each year many young (and young at heart) people come to visit Ocean City for vacation or summer jobs. Sometimes the wild and crazy days and warm partying nights can disrupt normal sensibilities and allow someone to make a bad decision resulting in a serious brush with the law. Many teens and young adults make a bad decision and get arrested for possession of drugs. The laws are generally the same across the drug types but differ in quantity of possession and severity of criminality by what type of drug – from marijuana to cocaine, Oxycontin, prescription drugs and up to meth-amphetamines and heroin. By far the most common drug arrest in Ocean City and surrounding Worcester County Maryland is for marijuana – or as OCPD classifies it “CDS: possession-marihuana”. If you have been arrested for possession of marijuana please find more info on our CDS Possession Of Marijuana Page.

At our law firm, we help Maryland residents and out-of-state visitors who have been charged with:

  • Drug possession of any controlled substance (Oxycontin, for example) or illegal drug (cocaine, marijuana, crack, methamphetamine or others)

  • Drug possession with intent to sell or drug trafficking and/or distribution

  • Drug manufacturing (meth lab) or the “growing of marijuana plants”

Our strategy begins by talking to you and examining all the evidence. Our law firm works as a team to find any loophole or witness or other mechanism that will help us keep you out of jail and keep your record clean of this offense. 

Driving under the influence of drugs is treated much the same as DUI/DWI except for some differences in proof.

Visit our Maryland DWI/DUI Laws page for information on Impaired Driving, or our Impaired Advice page for advice on why you may be pulled over and what to do if that happens. 

Contact Frank Benvenuto, P.A. For Aggressive Defense of Drug Charges

410-641-2999 or 24/7 - 443-783-2451

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