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Guiding you through the defense process following drug charges

 Posted on April 19, 2017 in Criminal Defense

Facing a drug crime allegation can be extremely detrimental to the professional and personal reputation of the accused. Additionally, depending on the criminal history of a defendant, the type of drug they allegedly possessed, the quantity of drugs in their possession and what acts the person is being accused of, a defendant could face serious penalties. Thus, it is important to take every drug charge seriously.

At our law firm, we understand that defendants are facing a wide variety of emotions and concerns following drug charge. It can become an overwhelming experience. However, our attorneys have years of experience representing clients facing a wide variety of drug crimes. We are devoted to serving individuals in the Lake County area, helping them navigate the criminal defense process.

Initiating a criminal defense can seem challenging and complex. Many defendants hear the long list of evidence the state has collected and are automatically under the impression that it will be difficult to prove them wrong. At our law firm, we understand the process law enforcement must abide by when collecting evidence. We may be able to spot issues with the search and seizure process, helping our clients suppress some or all of the evidence against them.

Whether you were charged with drug possession, drug distribution or drug manufacturing, it is important to understand that you are afforded the right to a criminal defense. At our law firm, we attempt to help our clients strategize a way to reduce or dismiss the charges, presenting the best defense options available.

To learn more, please visit our law firm's drug charges website. Whether this is your fist criminal accusation or not, it is important to assert and protect your rights.

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