Drug Defense Lawyer Adam Grosch, Palos Hills, IL.
Serving Palos Park, Palos Heights, Orland Park, Bridgeview, Worth & the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago
The Right Attorney Can Make The Difference -- Adam Grosch 708-233-0758
Have you been arrested or are you under investigation for the possession or sale of illegal drugs? Do you have questions about what the police did to find the drugs? For example, if you were in a car that police stopped and searched, did the police have the right to stop your car? Did the police have the right to search the car? Did the police have the right to search you? What if the drugs were found under the seat of a car you were driving or where in or what if the drugs were found in the trunk of the car?
Maybe the police came into your home or in a residence that you were at; did the police have the right to come into the home? Did the police have the right to search that home? Did police have a valid search warrant? If they didn’t have a warrant, by what right did they come into your home?
You deserve answers to these questions. More importantly, the answers to these questions can mean the difference between getting convicted or getting acquitted; between going to jail and going home. My name is Adam Grosch and it is my job to get you answers to your questions. And more than getting answers, if you choose me as your lawyer, I will aggressively defend you and most importantly, get you the best result possible.
I have over 30 years’ experience handling criminal cases in Illinois --10 years as a prosecutor and now over 20 years as a criminal defense attorney. In my 10 years as a prosecutor, I prosecuted hundreds of narcotics cases. Over the last two decades as a criminal defense lawyer I have defended hundreds of individuals charged with drug offenses. As a result, I have handled every type of drug case, from cases where drugs were found by police during a traffic stop, to cases where police recover drugs during a search warrant, to cases where police claim my client was selling drugs, to cases where police pose as buyers of drugs and seek to entice my clients to sell them narcotics.
Because of my skill, experience and knowledge I know how to challenge illegal traffic stops by the police, illegal searches by the police, illegal seizures by the police and I know how to cast doubt on the court testimony of the police and state’s witnesses. So whether the charge is possession of heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, methamphetamine, pills marijuana (i.e. cannabis or weed), I will put my experience and knowledge to work for you and forcefully defend you or a loved one who is facing drug charges. So if you or a loved one have been charged with a drug offense such as one of those listed below, call me Adam Grosch 708-233-0758 and we will discuss how I can help you.
- Possession of narcotics such as cocaine, heroin, crystal meth, cannabis, LSD, prescription drugs, Vicodin, Valium, Ritalin, OxyContin or other prescription drugs;
- Possession of drugs with intent to sell or distribute;
- Sale of narcotics to undercover officers or confidential informants;
- Conspiracy to sell drugs;
- Narcotics trafficking;
- Out-of-state residents arrested for drug crimes in Illinois;
Drug Case Penalties– Attorney Adam Grosch
Quite honestly, if you are found guilty of a narcotics offense the penalties in Illinois can be severe. For example, a conviction for possession of cocaine with intent to deliver over 15 grams of heroin (which is just a little over 1/2 ounce) is a Class X felony with a minimum of 6 years imprisonment in the penitentiary. If the heroin also contains fentanyl, you could subject to an additional three years imprisonment.
If the police claim that you had a small amount of drugs but claim there was a firearm involved, or if police claim the drug offense was within 500 feet of a church, school, or public park, the penalties can increase substantially. These are just a few examples of how serious the punishment can be for drug offenses can be and how involved it can get.
Even for a first time offender, large fines and jail sentences can be imposed. A conviction can have devastating consequences on your personal life and your ability to obtain employment. It is clear, that here in Illinois, that the punishment for drug offenses can be harsh. But because everybody’s situation is different, it is impossible, on a website, to give you an accurate answer as to what could happen if you were found guilty and it is not productive or an efficient use of your time or of my time to list on this website the sentencing range for all types of drug possession cases.
So instead of giving a laundry list of possible punishments that may not even apply to your case, I think it is best to speak to you, discuss the facts of your case, discuss possible defenses and then discuss possible sentences that apply to their case if you were found guilty. So I invite you to call me, Adam Grosch 708-233-0758 so that we can discuss your case and give you honest and realistic answers to your questions.