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Drug Crimes Lawyer

Have Your Questions Answered

Drug use is sometimes glamorized in movies and on TV – the hit series Breaking Bad and Weeds are great examples of this. In addition, social attitudes toward drug use seem to be growing more accepting. This means that friends and family may not think drugs are a “big deal.”
However, law enforcement and the criminal justice system take drug crimes very seriously. Having a drug crimes conviction on your record can dramatically change your life in ways you may not even be aware of. For example, a drug crimes conviction can affect the following areas of your life:

  • Employability
  • Ability to qualify for certain professional licenses
  • Whether or not you can lease a house or apartment
  • Your eligibility for federal student loans and other forms of financial aid.

If you have been accused of a drug crime in Phoenix, you need an attorney who has experience with these types of crimes. You need someone who will work with you to understand the details of your situation and who understands the law and the prosecution’s strategy. If you have been charged with a drug crime in Phoenix, contact our firm today for a free consultation and have your questions answered.

Take Any Drug Crimes Charge Extremely Seriously

Drug crimes charges can be brought at the misdemeanor or the felony level. However, while misdemeanor charges are not as serious, they can still have a devastating impact on your life. In addition, having a misdemeanor conviction on your record can increase the chances that future charges will be brought at the felony level. So it is important that you take any drug crimes charge extremely seriously.
We can help clients who are facing many kinds of drug crimes charges, including:

  • Marijuana possession at the misdemeanor or felony level
  • Cocaine possession
  • Methamphetamine possession
  • Ecstasy possession
  • Abuse of prescription narcotics such as Oxycontin or Vicodin
  • The production, sale, or use of any of the above

It is especially important to note that while medical marijuana was legalized at the state level, it is still illegal at the federal level. This means that you may be facing drug crimes charges even if you were abiding by state law. Please see our medical marijuana page for more information on this.

Don’t Talk to the Police and Don’t Wait

We are dedicated to providing aggressive representation for drug crimes charges and will work diligently to achieve the best possible outcome for your specific situation. If you’ve been accused of a drug crime in Phoenix, don’t talk to the police and don’t wait. Contact our office as soon as possible for a free and confidential consultation.