I was driving through Vermont and was stopped for a motor vehicle offense. Vermont law enforcement searched the vehicle and located drugs. I am charged with possessing (or trafficking drugs) but I did not know they were in the vehicle. What should I do?

Published by Jessica Burke on

You should contact a Vermont attorney as soon as possible to begin your defense of any charged drug crimes. If there were other people in the vehicle or other peoples’ belongings in the vehicle and the drugs were found in those bags or belongings it may be difficult for the State of Vermont to prove that you were aware of the drugs in the vehicle or knowingly possessed or trafficked the drugs. The attorneys at Burke Law have successfully defended numerous Vermont drug crimes.

Categories: Drug Crimes

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