DuPage County Methamphetamine Attorney

Methamphetamine use has reached epidemic proportions in some parts of the United States. The way that the drug is used, the effect it has on users and the way those users are portrayed in the media have helped to create an environment where law enforcement has made crystal meth a priority. You can expect little sympathy from a judge or jury if you are charged with a methamphetamine-related crime.

It is up to you to take steps to ensure that you receive the defense you will need against aggressive prosecution tactics and a court system that may not be inclined to give you the benefit of the doubt.

A skilled attorney is your best defense against such a difficult situation. Do not hesitate to contact a criminal defense lawyer who has the experience and skills necessary to counter the prosecution.

At The Law Office of Philip R. Nathe, our DuPage County methamphetamine lawyer understands how to build an effective defense in even the most challenging of cases. With more than 20 years of criminal law practice, including time as an assistant state's attorney, that was preceded by almost a decade in roles such as courtroom clerk and probation officer within DuPage County, attorney Philip Nathe knows the Illinois criminal justice system from a number of perspectives that will help us create a highly effective defense for you.

We will explore all available options as part of your defense, including:

Contact the Naperville Methamphetamine Possession Lawyer of The Law Office of Philip R. Nathe

If you are facing charges related to methamphetamine, take a proactive stance and secure the representation of a skilled criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Turn to the Law Office of Philip R. Nathe. Our decades of experience allow us to provide our clients with an aggressive and effective defense. To schedule a free initial consultation with our lawyer, call 630.364.4621, toll free at 888.583.6197 or simply contact us online.

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