Arizona Bans Spice, Contact Arizona Criminal Lawyer Or Criminal Lawyer Phoenix For Felony Charges

Breaking news!  On Friday February 18, 2011, Governor Jan Brewer signed into law a measure that bans the drug “spice” used as an alternative to marijuana.  The law is effective immediately because of the emergency clause.  If you are found in violation of the new law, you will need an Arizona criminal attorney immediately.  Those found possessing, making, or selling the drug may be charged with a Class Two (2) felony charge, which may result in up to four (4) years in prison.  Those who find themselves in violation of the new law need to contact an Arizona criminal lawyer or criminal lawyer Phoenix immediately to handle their felony charges.

Eleven (11) states in addition to Arizona have already banned spice, and twenty (20) additional states are contemplating prohibitions of the drug.  States nationwide are making it clear that spice is no longer an alternative to marijuana.  This makes it essential for you to retain a criminal lawyer Phoenix or Arizona criminal lawyer to defend you against felony charges.  The criminal law attorneys at Oracle Law Group have the most up-to-date knowledge of Arizona laws and over twenty (20) years experience practicing law in Arizona.  This makes the Arizona criminal attorneys at Oracle Law Group the best choice for any criminal charge.