The government has taken an increasingly harsh stance on drug offenses by implementing tougher penalties for drug possession, manufacture, sale, distribution, and other drug-related offenses. If you are facing any type of drug charge, turn to an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. In drug crime cases, early intervention is critical. Put a proven defender from the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld on your side.
The penalties for drug crimes vary depending on the quantity, type of drug based, and one's criminal past. In most cases, you can expect a punishment of fines and/or jail time.
Certain first-time offenders may qualify for drug diversion programs that can allow you to avoid jail time and a criminal record if you complete the required conditions. Our attorney can explain more when you contact us.
Our law firm utilizes our cutting-edge insight and legal savvy to find creative defenses for each client. We have a well-rounded understanding of how drug crimes are investigated and prosecuted due to our diverse background in criminal defense.
In many drug cases, the drugs are the evidence. But how law enforcement officials obtain them can be subject to scrutiny. We can evaluate whether law enforcement officials had probable cause to search you and whether a warrant was required. If we find that evidence was obtained illegally, we will push to have it dismissed. This can significantly weaken a prosecutor's case because without key evidence, they have no basis to pursue the charges against you.
Whether you have been arrested or are under investigation for a drug crime, it is important that you work with a West Palm Beach drug crime attorney early on. We are on standby 24/7 to discuss your charges during your free consultation.
Contact us at (561) 475-5550 to discuss your drug charges.
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