Drug and Narcotics Violations


Experienced Vista Drug Attorney and Criminal Defense Lawyer representing clients charged with simple possession, distribution, cultivation, and transportation of illegal substances such as cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, LSD, Ecstacy or Molly, and heroin.


Vista Drug Attorney, Ken Elliott, has the proven track record representing a variety of drug offenses in San Diego Superior Court and stands ready to help attain the most favorable outcome to your drug arrest, because when it comes to drug offenses, the State of California is no joke. Punishments are severe enough when it comes to the most common drug arrest, simple possession, and even more severe if a court finds you guilty of possession with intent to sell. You might be asking yourself, “what constitutes simple possession compared to intent to sell”?  Simple possession is when a person is caught with a small amount of a controlled substance with no obvious intent to sell any of it.  A lot of times, this happens when you’ve been pulled over for something else and during a search, a small amount of drugs are found. Often these kinds of charges can be disputed due to illegal search and seizures which often happen at the hands of local law enforcement.  A qualified drug violation attorney like Ken Elliott, will find these mistakes and be able to have your case dismissed.


Servicing clients in Vista, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Leucadia, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, Imperial Beach, Chula Vista, South Bay, East County, Escondido, San Marcos, and greater San Diego County.


When it comes to, Intent to Sell, we’re talking a whole new ballgame. As mentioned, the State of California is not too keen on the whole concept and if you’re caught selling drugs or controlled substances, you better have a solid drug attorney like Ken Elliott to help keep you out of prison.  Years of experience have given Mr. Elliott first hand knowledge of how the justice system works and will fight for your best possible outcome.  Most of the time an intent to sell charge comes when you’re caught with a large quantity of illegal substances or drugs, scales, bags, and other paraphernalia. If charged with possession with intent to sell, you need to retain the services of a proven and experienced attorney to represent your case. Every minute counts when it comes to your freedom. Don’t wait around, contact Vista Drug Offense Attorney and Criminal Defense Lawyer, Today.

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California HS 11357

Compassionate Use Act

Planting Marijuana Health and Safety Code 11358