Very few things can be more damaging to your record and your reputation than a narcotics conviction. From misdemeanor charges like possession of marijuana up to major felony drug trafficking cases, there are many things I can do to help you overcome an unpleasant and potentially ruinous situation. Whether you have a clean record or have been in trouble before, a drug case requires a skilled lawyer working for you, and I urge you to contact me immediately, as time can be of the essence in getting a positive resolution to your charge.
Although the prospects for the future may seem troubling if you have been charged with a drug crime, things may not be as grim as they seem. If you have a clean record, we have many options open to us which may help you avoid any conviction whatsoever. I have helped many clients negotiate a complete dismissal of their drug charge, sometimes without them even appearing in court! Many other clients have had their drug offense reduced to a lesser charge that doesn’t even involve narcotics—a great benefit when someone checks your record later.
If you have been accused of serious felony drug offenses, you already know that you need a good attorney advising you on how to handle your situation. You will find many people offering you advice and telling you what to do. In particular, the police will often try to convince you to talk to them without first speaking to a lawyer, saying that they will “help you”. The law guarantees you the right to consult with an attorney. Make the most of your rights and call one before you start making decisions without knowing the full consequences of your actions.
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