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Oklahoma Man Pleads Not Guilty to Multiple Drug Charges

An Oklahoma man suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol pleaded not guilty to drug charges earlier this month in Crawford County Circuit Court. Twenty-four-year-old Chason Kyle Williams, is charged with possession of marijuana with purpose to deliver, possession of alprazolam with purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, DWI on drugs, obstructing governmental …

An Oklahoma man suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol pleaded not guilty to drug charges earlier this month in Crawford County Circuit Court. Twenty-four-year-old Chason Kyle Williams, is charged with possession of marijuana with purpose to deliver, possession of alprazolam with purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, DWI on drugs, obstructing governmental operations, careless and prohibited driving and driving without a license. If you are facing drug charges or other criminal charges in Oklahoma, your first course of action should be to contact our experienced criminal defense attorneys at Oklahoma Legal Center. Our law firm is located in Oklahoma City, and our lawyers can help you build a strong defense in your case.

Penalties for Drug Crimes in Oklahoma

According to the report, the arresting officer in Williams’ case had been advised to watch for a suspected DWI when he spotted Williams’ vehicle and pulled him over, noting that he noticed a strong odor of marijuana during the traffic stop. After Williams failed a DWI test and was arrested, a search of his vehicle revealed scales and eight suspected Xanax bars in a mislabeled pill bottle. While parked at the Crawford County Detention Center, the trooper reported that he found marijuana buds in Williams’ lap and shoved under the passenger seat. Inside the detention center, deputies discovered more marijuana in Williams’ jeans. Individuals convicted of similar drug charges in Oklahoma could face life-changing penalties, including significant jail time, hefty fines and more.

Our Criminal Defense Attorneys Can Help

Possession and possession with intent to deliver are considered serious drug charges in Oklahoma and are punished harshly throughout the state. If you have been charged with possession of marijuana or another drug-related offense in Oklahoma, contact our reputable criminal defense lawyers at Oklahoma Legal Center for legal help. Our defense team has years of experience protecting the legal rights of individuals charged with drug crimes throughout the state of Oklahoma, and will work diligently to help you defend your rights throughout the course of your case. With our experienced attorneys on your side, you may be able to have your drug charges reduced to a lesser offense, or possibly even dismissed altogether.

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