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Drug Crimes

Crimes involving drugs occur on a daily basis and are some of the most commonly prosecuted crimes in state and federal courts. Many different activities involving drugs can constitute a drug crime, from simple possession to organized distribution. Knowing some detailed information about drug crimes can help people facing drug charges defend their rights in court.

Types of Drug Crimes

A variety of actions and behaviors involving illegal drugs can be prosecuted as drug crimes. The type of crime and the amount of drugs seized by law enforcement are the most important factors affecting the severity of the sentence handed down upon conviction. Some common examples of drug crimes:

Drug Crime Defenses

Drug crimes attorneys know that defending clients is difficult but possible. If they can find evidence of police misconduct, they may be able to fight the charges. For example, if the defendant’s Miranda rights were violated or if evidence against them was obtained illegally, the drug charges may be dropped.

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    Young man seen leaving nightclub by a police officer. Client takes and fails field sobriety tests and breathalyzer test.
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    Client set for trial on two possession of marijuana cases. Client admits to owning all marijuana in the vehicle on video. Motion to suppress granted.
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