Using, Possessing, Manufacturing, Distributing or Trafficking in Drugs Charge in Ohio
Ohio law comes down hard on those convicted of drug crimes in the state. If you are facing a using, possessing, manufacturing, distributing or trafficking in drugs charge in Ohio, it is imperative to contact an attorney as soon as possible. The longer you wait to contact an attorney, the more difficult it may be for your attorney to offer aid in your defense.
There are many charges affiliated with drug crimes and the penalties increase depending on the severity of the charge. For example, marijuana possession may be a misdemeanor with minor penalty, while the penalty for trafficking drugs in Ohio includes the possibility of jail, prison, fines, driver’s license suspension, probation, property forfeiture and a felony on your record. All Ohio drug convictions have the possibility of a driver’s license suspension.
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Getting a criminal defense attorney involved early in your case helps ensure that your rights are protected and that you do not do or say anything that will negatively impact your case. Having someone on your side with extensive legal knowledge is important so that you do not inadvertently give up your rights or make matters worse for yourself.
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When you have been stopped, questioned or arrested by the police, you need competent legal representation. Since 1999, we have been helping protect the rights of those accused of drug crimes in Ohio. We believe that everyone is entitled to diligent legal representation and will fight to protect our client’s freedom. We are experienced negotiators and also possess trial experience.
If you choose us to represent you in a drug crime case, we will conduct a thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding your arrest, carefully analyze all the evidence against you, make sure you are informed of your rights and be there to make sure your rights are protected every step of the way. Whether you’ve been convicted of a drug crime before or this is your first time trafficking drugs in Ohio, we will do our best to protect your rights.