After a drug-related arrest, it is important to determine whether law enforcement acted in a lawful manner with regard to the stop, the search, and seizure of evidence. If you believe your rights may have been violated by the police, you need a lawyer to question the evidence. If the police acted improperly, you may argue for the suppression of illegally seized evidence.
Contact me to learn how I may determine whether charges can be reduced or even dismissed or if there is a good defense for a trial.
What do you do if you are facing a drug arrest?
Before making any statements to the police, you should ask to speak to a lawyer. I am available 24 hours a day. I can help arrange bond or pretrial release if you are arrested for charges related to:
Possession of Paraphernalia
Any other drug related offense
Before you make a costly mistake, you should understand your options. Criminal procedure is very complex and you need to have an attorney to adequately defend your rights. There may be mitigating factors in your case that could affect your bail and conditions of release. I understand the value of informing prosecutors when you have begun or completed a drug treatment program. I am qualified to ensure that the court is aware of all the facts that may work to your advantage.
Understand the consequences of your drug charges.
You may face jail time if you are convicted of a drug crime. If you do not have a criminal record, you may qualify for home confinement or work release. To obtain the best available result for your case, you need an experienced drug crime lawyer who will fight for you.
Contact me to schedule a free initial consultation. I accept all major credit cards. The criminal process moves fast. Do not delay in getting the help you need in time to make a difference for your future.