If you’re accused of a drug crime in North Carolina, you can face severe, lifelong consequences. Whether you’re faced with a narcotics charge or a charge for a controlled substance, you can face stiff fines, a permanent criminal record, and of course, years of your life behind bars. Drug charges could be state or federal in nature, depending on the crime for which you are accused. If you’ve been charged with a drug crime, or if you are under investigation for any drug offense, it’s important that you get the proper legal representation. Let The Corbett Law Firm work for you.
Drug Charges in North Carolina
It’s important to remember that if you’re charged with a drug crime, you should contact your lawyer first, before you talk to anyone else, including the authorities. NC laws and statues can be quite complicated. Unfortunately, the law does not always recognize or make exceptions for those who suffer from drug addictions and need professional or medical help. Nevertheless, there are several possible scenarios where drug charges may be dismissed altogether or substantially reduced. In addition, there are circumstances where even a plea of “guilty” in a drug trial can later be dismissed and expunged from your record.
Knowing the law is important, which is why you need experienced Charlotte attorneys to help you understand your rights and your options. We are ready to help you with your drug case in both the federal and state courts in Mecklenburg County. When building your defense, we assess all of the facts of the case. We thoroughly examine all the details to determine if any of your constitutional rights were violated by the authorities. We analyze the circumstances of how the authorities first contacted you, and how they obtained evidence. We consider all of the circumstances surrounding your arrest when we take your case, and we give each client’s drug case the utmost care and attention.
Types of Drug Crimes
The Corbett Law Firm has several years of defending clients who face drug charges. We have the expertise and resources to help clients facing the following:
- Drug trafficking
- Sale of controlled substances
- Possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or distribute: cocaine (including crack cocaine), marijuana, synthetic marijuana, ecstasy, methamphetamines, heroine
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Manufacturing of controlled substances
- Maintaining a dwelling for controlled substances
- Prescription drug charges
Over the past several years, federal and state authorities have aggressively pursued and attempted to prosecute those accused of drug crimes, which is why it’s vitally important that you have legal representation.
If you’re facing a drug charge, don’t delay. Contact us today at (704) 401- 5299 or by email at email@example.com and get the legal help you need.