Ohio Heroin Possession Laws
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Interestingly enough, an individual charged with Heroin possession does not actually have to have the Heroin on their physical body in order to be charged with possession. Rather, the individual only needs to be found to have the illegal drugs within their control. Specifically, their are cases where an individual can be found to have control of the drug by means of constructive possession. Constructive possession is when the individual is found to have "access" to these illegal drugs even if they are not within their physical surroundings.
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Fortunately, the Law Offices of Eric J. Hoffman have extensive experience with drug crime charges in the state of Ohio and are regarded by peers and clients as distinguished specialist in the field. Mr. Hoffman has 34 years of experience defending clients with drug crime charges. Mr. Hoffman most notably has been involved in many high profile drug crime cases in Columbus and the surrounding counties and has received multiple not guilty verdicts.
In order to be found guilty of Heroin possession the state must prove beyond reasonable doubt that the defendant knowingly had control of this illegal drug in question. This clearly demands a lot of evidence and support on behalf of the defense that needs to be reviewed and evaluated by a professional in the field.