If you are in possession of illegal drugs and did not manufacture, traffic or distribute the drugs, you may be charged with a third-degree felony. Certain illicit drugs, such as cocaine and methamphetamine may not only be charged at the state level but could be charged at the state level as well.
Whatever the charge, you will need competent and knowledgeable legal counsel to fight these charges. The law office of Mike G. Law can help. Calling in a lawyer early — before you talk to the authorities about anything — may be just the thing that is needed. Our law firm has over 20 years of experience in dealing with drug charges, so you know you can trust us to have your best interests in mind.
The chain of evidence is extremely important and we will take a good, solid look at it to ensure that there is no break. If there is a break in the chain of evidence, this may cause your charges to be dropped. We know how the prosecutor and the police do their best to ensure that nothing goes wrong with their case, but if there is one thing out of place, we will find it.
We have helped hundreds of people who have been charged with drug possession, trafficking and distributing. While it’s important to know the law if you are arrested, having someone to guide you through the criminal justice system is even more important. To learn more about how we can help you, please visit our many webpages dedicated to providing information on drug charges.