Spice, or synthetic marijuana, is illegal to buy, sell, or use in the United States. The recent ban of this drug has created much confusion about its legality. Spice charges are prosecuted similarly to marijuana charges and, in some cases, carry similar penalties. Spice defense attorney Zachary C. Holbrook, P.C. is very experienced in defending both marijuana and spice charges. He relies on his expertise in Utah drug law and intricate knowledge of the court systems to strategize your representation.
Mr. Holbrook is there with you through every step of your court process, from your initial arrest, to the verdict and sentencing, if necessary. He believes that every person charged of a crime in Utah has the right to a fair trial. Zach fights for his clients’ rights for fair representation, a fair trial, and facilitates plea bargains, reduced charges, and reduced sentencing.
You may be facing spice charges for any of the following crimes:
- Illegal sale of spice/K2
- Possession of chemical used to manufacture spice
- Selling chemicals that are known in the manufacture of spice
- Spice transportation or trafficking
- Possession of spice
- Possession of spice with the intent to sell or distribute
- Possession of “Bath Salts”
If you have been charged with a spice drug charge it is important to seek immediate legal representation. You should not speak to law enforcement without your attorney present.