California Drug Crime Consequences to be Decided on Prop 5

By: Wallin & Klarich

California Drug Offenses

There exists a need for expanding access to drug treatment programs for those individuals who need it and will benefit from it. Incarceration is not the answer. California voters passed Proposition 36 in 2000 and now we face another important decision to make with Proposition 5. Prop 5 will take money away from the least effective tool on the fight against drugs – incarceration, and instead shift it to the most effective and least expensive solution – drug treatment. In the meantime, if you or a loved one is facing drug charges, the quality of your California drug offense defense attorney may mean the difference between prison or drug treatment. Be sure to contact the experienced attorneys at Wallin and Klarich. Call us at 888-749-0034 anytime, we will be there when you call.

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