Are you facing a charge of smuggling something into a California prison or jail? If so, your need for experienced legal counsel is immediate and serious. People in this situation are at serious risk of finding themselves behind bars for being persuaded to “help” a loved one or make an incarcerated individual’s life bearable.
Your Case Is Not Over if You Confessed
Los Angeles attorney Daniel R. Perlman is an outstanding resource if you have been arrested at a prison or jail — whether wrongfully or for something you tried to get away with. He will do everything possible to help you avoid a felony charge and the harshest consequences, even if you were subjected to an interrogation and gave a confession for trying to sneak in:
- Drugs, such as marijuana hidden in cigarettes or a letter coated with a narcotic substance
- A knife or any other item classified as a weapon
- A cellphone or other communication device
Mr. Perlman has volunteered in prisons over the years and visited many people there. He knows how searches are conducted and people caught with contraband. He will not judge you for a mistake you made because you were intimidated or vulnerable. Our law firm’s mission in these situations is to expose a false charge or, more typically, to find some meaningful way to negotiate manageable consequences for our client.
L.A. Defense Lawyers for Charges of Smuggling Items Into a Prison or Jail
Not all criminal defense lawyers have direct experience helping people facing allegations that they smuggled items into prison. We do, and we have a track record of achieving favorable outcomes under tough, complex circumstances. Contact us now for a free consultation focused on your case and legal options.