Charges of manufacturing or selling drugs in Denver can be very serious even when the alleged amount of drugs is considerably small. While a criminal record or other charges can dramatically compound the given charges and possible sentence upon conviction, these charges can also remain on a person’s criminal record for the rest of his life – even if an acquittal is secured or the charges have been dropped. This means that, even if the accused ultimately has to serve jail time, he can face potentially life-long penalties that can prevent him from getting a job or a loan or even irrevocably damage his reputation, family and social standing.
The Denver drug defense attorneys at the Adams Law Firm are fully aware of how serious drug manufacturing and sales charges are, and they are wholeheartedly dedicated to aggressively defending the rights of the accused in any legal setting. Our belief in our Clients’ innocence until guilty has been proven, along with our extensive legal knowledge and fierce litigating skills, help us to consistently help our Clients resolve their cases as advantageously as possible.
Litigating Against Drug Manufacturing and Sales Charges
When it comes to building our Clients the strongest possible defense cases, our Denver drug manufacturing and sales defense attorneys will take a number of considerations into account, including:
The type and amount of the narcotic found (Keep in mind that charges associated with Schedule I drugs, which are highly addictive and include, are the most serious.)
Whether the charges are federal drug charges
Whether other crimes were allegedly committed during the drug arrest
Whether other illegal items, such as Illegal Weapons, were allegedly found on or with the accused
Whether the accused has a criminal record or previous drug-related convictions
Whether the accused is a minor (younger than 18 years old)
While our trusted Denver drug defense lawyers may be able to argue that the property or drugs did not belong to the accused, they may also be able to get the charges reduced or dismissed if the police did not follow all proper legal procedures during any point of the arrest and/or the investigation. If you or a loved one has been charged with any drug crime, contact our Denver Drug Manufacturing and Sales Defense Attorneys by emailing us or calling us at (720) 333-9490.
Why Hire Us
When facing any type of criminal charge, the accused will want to secure the strongest possible defense representation in order to reduce the chances of conviction, the possibility of having to submit to harsh sentences and the chances of having a permanent criminal record.
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