Robert J Callahan Publishes Article Covering Drug Laws in Illinois

The article provides in-depth research and rehabilitation solutions for people who need to know more about drug laws and sentencing in LSD and ecstasy cases. Everyone's case is unique so we emphasize to call us to discuss the details of a case.

Chicago, United States - January 27, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Robert J Callahan Publishes Article Covering Drug Laws in Illinois and How Different Crimes Related to Drugs Carry Different Penalties. The report is available for viewing in full at https://www.criminaldefenselawyerschicago.com/arrested-for-ecstasy-how-about-lsd/

Robert J Callahan and Associates’ new publication poses the question, “Does Chicago Illinois Have The Strictest Drug Laws in the Country?” This published report sheds light on the most critical aspects of drug laws in Illinois for those seeking answers. The article provides in-depth research and rehabilitation solutions for people who need to know more about drug laws and sentencing in LSD and ecstasy cases. This comprehensive analysis of drug laws can is available at https://www.criminaldefenselawyerschicago.com/arrested-for-ecstasy-how-about-lsd/

The article includes several useful pieces of information. One of the main points of the article is that everyone needs to know about the new Illinois Drug Laws and what happens when caught with even one pill of these illicit drugs in Illinois. This type of offense is a felony with the possibility of jail time. This fact should be of particular interest to those that use or sell drugs because the penalty in Illinois is incredibly strict. One of the crucial aspects of this article is one’s need for an experienced attorney when charged with a drug crime.

Caught Delivering Ecstasy or LSD Drugs in Illinois?

It depends on the type of drug crime. A possession charge imposes fewer penalties than possession and intent to manufacture or deliver the substance. The sentence goes up to 6-30 years when possessing more 15 or more tabs of ecstasy or LSD. “A person convicted of controlled substance trafficking shall be sentenced to a term of imprisonment not less than twice the minimum term. . .” 720 ILCS 570/401.1(b).

In discussing the article’s creation, Robert J Callahan, Criminal Defense Attorney, said: “The article answers many drug-related questions that we get at our Chicago criminal defense law firm. Everyone’s case is unique so we emphasize to call us to discuss the details of a case.”

Regular readers of attorney Robert J Callahan and his Chicago Criminal Defense website will notice the article takes a familiar tone. The report is an excellent source of information on drug charges and laws in Illinois.

Robert J Callahan and his team welcome comments and questions from readers concerning the article. They are intent on providing the best information available about criminal defense in Chicago. Our lawyers want to create the best content to give the best answers for our readers and clients.

Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact Robert J Callahan at 312-796-8330.

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