Drug possession laws are notoriously harsh. You don’t have to have drugs in your hands or even your pockets to be criminally charged with possession. If drugs are in a place that you have main access to, you can be charged with possession. Drugs found in your glove box, on the table next to you, or even in a shoe box under your bed could be attributed to you and result in a drug charge. Having someone on your side during this tough time can make a major difference in your peace of mind and quite possibly the results of your case.