Iowa City & Davenport Marijuana Possession Attorney
Serving Cedar Rapids, Quad City, Scott County & All of Eastern Iowa
With the recent passage of legislation legalizing marijuana in states such as Colorado and Washington, as well as decriminalized and medical marijuana, it may seem like marijuana possession is becoming more acceptable in today's society. However, possession of marijuana and other controlled substances is still illegal in Iowa. If you find yourself charged with drug possession or other drug offenses, you need a skilled criminal defense lawyer to protect your rights and future. Keegan, Tindal & Jaeger can help.
Are you facing charges for drug possession? Call Keegan, Tindal & Jaeger today at (319) 499-5524 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with our marijuana possession lawyer in Iowa City & Davenport.
Drug Possession Charges in Iowa
Iowa state laws take a tough stance on the possession, sale, and distribution of illegal drugs such as marijuana (also known as pot, dope), cocaine (crack), and heroin. Federal drug laws are even more harsh, frequently requiring mandatory prison sentences. Being found with even a small amount of marijuana can be enough to result in jail time and make you lose your license, pay heavy fines or even lose your scholarships or your job. Our skilled drug defense lawyers fight against these serious consequences to protect your rights and future.
Protect Your Future With An Experienced Defense
Our drug defense attorneys have the extensive trial experience needed to:
- Thoroughly investigate the evidence against you to determine whether your rights were upheld
- Challenge and suppress evidence obtained through illegal search and seizure
- Aggressively protect your rights in court
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Attorney J. Dean Keegan worked as a probation officer. He has presented at conferences on drug recognition protocols and related topics. He is well-known in eastern Iowa courts for his thorough, skillful, and aggressive criminal defense.
Contact Our Marijuana Possession Lawyers Today
Our marijuana possession attorneys routinely represent Iowa residents as well as those from out-of-state such as college students attending university in Iowa City or Cedar Rapids. Call us to get started on building your defense.
Areas We Serve
Defending Marijuana possession charges in:
- Cedar Rapids
- Quad City
- Scott County
- All of Eastern Iowa
Contact Keegan, Tindal & Jaeger today to get started on your defense with our Iowa City & Davenport marijuana possession attorney.
Successful Results for Our Clients
Protecting Your Freedom & Rights
Reduced to Public Intoxication OWI/DUI
OWCR012975 Iowa County: The defendant was seated in the driver's seat of her vehicle, in a ditch, when law enforcement came upon her. Her PBT was .180 and she subsequently refused to take the Datamaster. After identifying gaps in the State's prosecution, the State agreed to throw out her refusal and allow the defendant to plead to public intoxication.
Case Dismissed Federal Crimes
The defendant was charged with an immigration offense. Through substantial litigation, the defendant was released from jail. As a result of administrative proceedings, the Government was unable to bring the defendant to trial. The case was subsequently dismissed with prejudice on speedy trial grounds following counsel's motion to dismiss.
Southern District of Iowa 3:18-cr-00062.
Charge Dismissed Drug Crimes
Scott County case FECR409878, controlled substance violation. Charge dismissed after suppression of illegal search and evidence derived from said search, as well as suppression of evidence following prolonged detention of the Defendant without sufficient legal basis.
Acquitted of Multiple Forcible Felonies Federal Crimes
Client found not guilty of all charges, including Sex Abuse in the 2nd Degree and Burglary in the 1st Degree, following a week-long jury trial in Cedar County case FECR026469.
No Suspension of Driving Privileges OWI/DUI
Defendant was involved in an ATV accident in which injuries occurred. The defendant relied on his CDL for employment. He was taken to the hospital and law enforcement obtained a warrant for the defendant's blood. He was charged with an OWI. After significant negotiations, the defendant was able to plead to public intoxication with no suspension of his driving privileges.
“Would recommend them to anyone.” - Nora H.
“I’m very grateful as well as appreciative for you representing me.” - Charles W.
“I am glad he was there to get my head out of the guillotine when I needed him and keep my record clean.” - Ryan