Kevin McEnroe, 27, son of ex-pro tennis player, John McEnroe, was arrested on drug charges in Manhattan after police observed McEnroe partaking in a drug transaction in the East Village. When police apprehended McEnroe, they discovered he was in possession of six clear bags of cocaine, Clorazepate, a muscle relaxer, and 20 oxycodone pills.
McEnroe is charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance. McEnroe was released on his own recognizance. When asked to comment, his lawyer Isabelle Kirshner, declined. Illegal drug possession is a serious crime which carries harsh penalties and not everyone can is as lucky at Kevin McEnroe.
If you or someone you know has been charged with drug possession, trafficking or manufacturing in the Los Angeles area, then be sure to take legal action and secure a defense attorney as soon as possible. The sooner you get an attorney involved in your case the better chances you have of securing a case dismissal, acquittal or reduction of your charges.
At the Law Offices of Robert M. Bernstein you will find relentless defense when you need it most. Mr. Bernstein has extensive courtroom experience both on the state and federal level. He also have former prosecution experience which makes him a double threat in the courtroom. His knowledge of the criminal system could be invaluable to your case and could mean the difference between incarceration and a case dismissal.
Attorney Bernstein focuses exclusively on criminal defense law and he puts the rights and best interests of his clients as first priority. If you are facing any type of drug crime, then reach out to the firm today to speak with an assertive Los Angeles criminal defense attorney.
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