Navigating Illinois' Many Drug-Related Criminal Offenses

The United States has 25 percent of the world's prisoners, despite having only 5 percent of its population. Many of these individuals are incarcerated as a result of the nation's ever-growing "war on drugs" ― with many imprisoned for nonviolent offenses related to the mere possession of small amounts of controlled substances. In fact, drug crimes are not only common nationwide, but in Illinois as well.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime, you need the legal guidance of an aggressive attorney you can trust. With more than four decades of combined criminal defense experience, attorneys David Reid Clark and Steven Glasgow know how to navigate Illinois' complex drug laws. We will pursue every legal defense possible to help keep you out of jail ― you can count on us to leave no stone unturned.

When You Are Arrested For A Drug Crime, We Got Your Back

At Clark, Glasgow and McClintock, LLC, we handle a wide variety of drug offenses, including, but certainly not limited to:

  • Possession, including the possession of marijuana
  • Possession with intent to sell
  • Drug manufacturing or delivering
  • Drug trafficking
  • Conspiracy to traffic drugs
  • Unlawful procurement of drugs

It is important that you take drug charges seriously, as even the most minor offense can severely impact your life. Not only can a conviction lead to possible jail time and large fines, but it may also impact your ability to obtain federal loans for college, rent a home or get a professional license. So, if you are thinking of handling drug charges without the help of a lawyer, you better reconsider.

Busted? Contact Us For A Free Consultation.

For straightforward, honest and dedicated legal representation, contact the experienced criminal defense lawyers at Clark, Glasgow and McClintock, LLC. Email us online or call us at 309-760-4602 today for a FREE initial consultation. From our office in Monmouth, we serve clients throughout West Illinois, including those living in Knox, Henry, Hancock and Warren counties.