Defense For Drug Crime Charges
The Pennsylvania criminal justice system does not take drug crimes lightly, and neither should you.
With your future and freedom on the line, choose an attorney with a reputation for vigorous defense against criminal charges. Contact The Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Marshall, LLC, in York, to schedule a free consultation and discuss your case.
Consequences Of Drug Offenses In Pennsylvania
When you are facing serious criminal charges, it is imperative that you understand the penalties.
Some drug crimes, such as the possession of small amounts of marijuana, may result in an ungraded misdemeanor, up to $500 in fines and a maximum of 30 days in prison.
Possession of narcotics or stronger drugs can result in felony charges, and the defendant could spend up to 15 years in jail.
Charges for distributing or trafficking drugs typically mean a felony charge. If the drugs crossed state lines, federal charges may be involved.
30 Years Of Experience With Drug Charges
The type of drug and the amount involved can increase the penalties you face. Our attorney has more than 30 years of criminal defense experience and can provide the guidance you need. Without experienced advocacy on your side, a drug charge can impact unexpected areas of your life. Drug charges can decrease your chances of finding future employment and sink you into serious debt.
The Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Marshall, LLC, will work diligently to reduce the impact of charges on your life. Our defense strategies, based on decades of experience in successful defense, are aimed at achieving the best possible outcome for your case.
In instances where individuals have been convicted of drug crimes, our office can work with those individuals to get those charges expunged from their records or sealed to prevent harmful charges from affecting their future.
Call Us Any Time
Learn more about what our firm can do for you when drug offenses threaten your future. Email us or call our office in York to schedule your free initial consultation: 717-739-4482.