Are you facing a drug charge in court? Are you going to need representation? A little over a month ago, I was talking with a friend and his wife on the phone checking in and was told that they got pulled over and were both facing drug charges. Hers were for pills, and his one charge was for a half of a marijuana joint. What is striking even more is that about a week ago, before they even made it to court, he got pulled over again.
What do you think happened when he got pulled over again? This time he had the pills on him, and his bond was set at 800. His mom got him out of jail, but he is in kind of deep at the moment. In fact, they have a 6 year old child, and they are both a little worried. Drug court can worry anyone, but you have to keep your head up. What do you need to do to move forward?
If you can’t answer that question, then you might want to reach out for help. This doesn’t mean you just hire a lawyer. You may or my not need to hire one. Reach out to members of your community. You have family, friends, and there are community resources that are available to you. Plus, maybe you can find someone who has been in your position.
Find out as much as you can about your case. If it means that much to you, the actions you take should not only feel like a job but you’re making changes to your lifestyle in general. Strive to do what is right this day forward, and that focus will be helpful and rewarded. The grass will start to look greener if you keep making the right choices.