Whether you are charged with drug possession at user amounts or drug possession at trafficking amounts, all drug offenses will have permanent consequences on your record, can come with hefty fines and in some cases require mandatory active time to be served as part of the judgment. No matter if you’re a first-time offender or have been through this before, a drug charge is a daunting process. It is important to have a trained and experienced Raleigh defense attorney who specializes in handling drug offense cases to review and advise you on your case.
It does not matter if it is cocaine possession or something as minor as possessing marijuana in small user amounts, it is always important to have an experienced drug offense attorney, knowledgeable of the applicable drug laws in your case, to guide you through the process and protect your legal rights. From lost job opportunities to negative reputation to jail time, being prosecuted for possession of drugs can have a big impact on your future.
Roberts Law Office attorneys know the issues that need to be explored in order to build a strong defense. These issues include:
Was the search and seizure involved in your case legal?
Did the police have probable cause to arrest you?
Did you have a legal reason for possessing the drugs in question?
Roberts Law Office has drug offenses defense attorneys in Raleigh that can resolve most misdemeanor drug possession and felony drug possession charges without incurring a permanent conviction on your record. In some cases, we may need to mount a thorough and aggressive defense to challenge the government’s accusations. In other cases, it may be beneficial to negotiate with the prosecutors a mitigated outcome.
We will stand by your side to minimize or eliminate the consequences of your drug charge. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 919-782-8115 to set up a free consultation.
The information contained in this site is not intended to be legal advice. You should consult a lawyer for advice regarding your specific matter.