Interstate 40 is a highly trafficked area starting at the western border of Arizona in Mohave County and stretching across the length of the state to Apache County on the eastern border. Many travelers are profiled by law enforcement officers and are stopped for minor traffic offenses (following too closely or an illegal lane change) and end up being charged with transportation of marijuana, possession of marijuana or danger drug charges.
Profiling is done when an officer looks for someone traveling alone, vehicle with out of state plates, driving a rental vehicle on the interstate. Once the officer has detained the driver he will ask for consent to a search the vehicle. If consent is not granted he will then contact a canine (K-9) officer to perform a dog search. This is when a person needs an experienced marijuana criminal lawyer who has successfully defended clients against illegal search and seizure.
Free consultation for drug traffic stops, in Mohave County, Yavapai County, Apache County, Coconino County, or Navajo County. Call (928)779-3242.
With over 20 years of criminal defense experience, Flagstaff NORML Lawyer David Bednar has successfully challenged these types of stops by investigating if the officer had probable cause to make the traffic stop, to search you or your vehilce, prolonged your detention against your constitutional rights, warrantless searches, and canine certification.
If you feel that an officer has violated these rights finding an attorney is necessary.
Contact Interstate 40 Marijuana Transportation Lawyer today at (928)779-3242
The Northern Arizona Law Firm of David G. Bednar represents clients in Flagstaff, Holbrook, Prescott, Camp Verde, Seligman, Winslow, St. Johns, Kingman, Navajo County, Apache County, Coconino County, for charges such as DUI, DWI, drug crimes, possession for sales, transportation of marijuana, cannabis, meth, cocaine and heroin, child porn and internet crimes.
If you find yourself in need of an attorney for a court appearance call (928)779-3242 for Free Initial Consultation.
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