September 23, 2019

Defending Against Drug Possession and Trafficking Charges

Drug charges lead to either misdemeanor or felony prosecution. The level of charge often depends on the evidence that was gathered by the police and on the type and quantity of the drugs in question. Do not allow your future to balance on the police reports. Obtain the strong, competent drug crimes defense you need in the Greensboro area by contacting Law Office

At our firm, we are dedicated to providing the key defense strategies you require to have your charges dropped or minimized. Our Greensboro drug crimes defense lawyers will work to protect your rights and your future at all times. Contact us to schedule your free initial consultation.

A Strong Defense is Necessary When Facing Drug Charges

The most important thing you can do when facing drug charges is to hire an experienced drug crimes defense attorney. Attorney  worked as an assistant public defender prior to opening our law office. He has literally handled thousands of client matters and brought hundreds of cases to verdict. Our lawyers know exactly what to prepare for your defense and what holes to look for in the prosecution’s case.

Whether you are a college student who was charged with possession of marijuana while on your college campus, or are an individual facing felony drug trafficking charges, we can help you. We will investigate all aspects of the police stop and search to see if the police performed an illegal search and seizure. When possible, we will seek to have the evidence thrown out due to improper police procedures or actions. If that is not possible, we will seek to minimize the charges or remove the charges from your record.

Keeping Your Record Clean Through First Offender Programs

A conviction for any drug crime can have serious consequences. This is even more true for college students, as a conviction for having even a small amount of drugs in your possession can keep you from getting financial aid in the future.

If this is your first offense, our lawyers will work with you and the courts to see if you are eligible for a first-offender program. If you are eligible, and if you complete the program as required, your record would remain clean.

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