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Put our criminal defense attorney’s proven abilities as an experienced former prosecutor to work in defending your drug possession case. Contact our law firm today to receive swift, thorough and responsive legal representation.
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Drug charges are serious criminal charges that require an aggressive defense, which can include challenging evidence seized as the result of a search warrant, negotiating a lesser charge with prosecutors or building a case for trial.
By carefully examining your case, including all evidence against you and the investigation conducted by police, our expert lawyers will search for information that can be used to apply pressure on the prosecution to reduce or dismiss your charges. Deviations from proper police procedure, illegally obtained evidence and infringements upon your rights can be valuable leverage during plea negotiations or court trials.
In some cases, individuals charged with drug possession may be able to avoid court proceedings through alternative sentencing avenues—such as court-supervised drug counseling programs. If you are eligible for an alternative sentencing program, we will help you pursue that option.
Whether you’re facing minor marijuana charges or more severe charges or facing a prescription drug offense, our staff takes great care to provide exceptional representation and help you build the best defense possible.
Have I got a case?
Let’s talk about it. Telephone our personal injury specialist SliceTheme on 123456789
How much will it cost me to bring a personal injury claim?
In most cases you will pay nothing at all whether your case is successful or not.
Is there a time limit?
Yes. In most cases three years, but there are exceptions. Now is the best time to act.
In most cases? What are the exceptions?
In high risk or complex cases we may agree with you from the outset that a success fee of up to 25% may be charged. This will not be payable if your claim is unsuccessful.
Will I have to go to court?
Probably not. Most cases settle. We often need to issue court proceeding to move matters along but it is rare for a case to go all the way to trial.