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Partner With an Experienced Drug Lawyer and Defend Your Freedom
Indiana drug laws are strict and even minor drug crimes are prosecuted aggressively in our courts. If you’ve been found in possession of an illegal controlled substance, you may be facing a wide range of penalties depending on the type of drug, amount you were found with, and other factors specific to your case. It’s also possible to be arrested for possession with intent to distribute based on small factors that may mislead an officer into thinking you intend to sell the drugs you possessed for personal use. I am a criminal defense lawyer based in Fort Wayne, IN and I provide defense representation to those accused of drug possession.
How Can a Drug Possession Lawyer Help You?
- Explain your charges and the potential penalties you’ll face
- Assess the specifics of your case to determine potential defense arguments
- Collect and organize evidence that supports our defense argument
- Represent you in negotiations with prosecutors and in the courtroom
- Support and advise you throughout the process
Consult With a Local Drug Defense Lawyer in Fort Wayne, IN and the Surrounding Areas
Don’t face your drug charges alone; partner with a drug defense lawyer with over two decades of experience representing clients in Indiana. Call my offices today to start with a free initial consultation so that I can evaluate your case.
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