We recently discussed the various drug classifications that can have an impact on criminal charges that are levied against a person. This is important information because some drugs have harsher penalties associated with them. What the drug classification doesn’t change is the need to fight back against the charges.
All drug cases have one thing in common — your defense has to be tailored to the circumstances of your case. We know that your life is hanging in the balance so you have a lot at stake with your case. We are to guide you through the criminal justice process.
We understand the intricacies of drug cases. We are familiar with what points should be considered first when evaluating the case against a defendant. These points are ones that we can possibly call into question to create a defense that introduces reasonable doubt.
As your case makes its way through the criminal justice system, you will have some decisions to make. The decisions you make can have a profound impact on the outcome of your case. You have to think about the options you have as they pertain to your life right now, as well as into the future.
An example is if you are offered a plea deal on a felony drug charge. You could accept the plea deal so you can get your case over with quickly; however, this would mean you have to live the rest of your life branded as a felon. This example shows you how you will have to think carefully. In this case, if the evidence against you was solid, you might opt to take the plea so you know the outcome. If there is room for a strong defense, you might choose to fight the charges so you have a chance at living your life without the felon tag.