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Drug Crimes

Criminal Law / Drug Crime Defense

The sentences for drug charges can be incredibly severe compared with other nonviolent criminal charges. Prosecutors and the courts take drug charges very seriously. No one should let a single mistake dictate the course of the rest of his or her life. Without effective legal representation, that is a very real possibility.

Were Your Fourth Amendment Rights Violated?

A strong defense strategy in a drug case often rests on the ability to suppress evidence. In pursuit of an arrest a police officer may have violated your Fourth Amendment rights to remain free from illegal searches and seizures. If that is the case, evidence produced by that search can be suppressed.

Suppression hearings can act almost as a mini-trial. Many of the issues that will be considered at trial are considered in a suppression hearing. We utilize them to help hold the police accountable for their failures to respect people’s rights.

We provide exceptional criminal defense for those facing such drug charges as:

  • Possession
  • Cultivation
  • Trafficking
  • Bringing drugs into prison
  • Drug paraphernalia

Criminal Defense Representation You Can Depend On

At Roberts & Kelly, LLP, we offer the highly effective defense people need when they are facing charges related to marijuana, cocaine, pharmaceutical drugs or any other type of drugs. Our attorneys bring together decades of combined experience that we rely on to build cases that help our clients secure the best possible resolution to whatever difficult situation they are facing.

Contact Drug Crimes Defense Lawyers Of Roberts & Kelly, LLP. From our offices in Sidney, Troy, and Greenville we have years of experience handling drug cases in the courts located in Miami County (Troy), Shelby County (Sidney), Darke County (Greenville), Logan County (Bellefontaine), Auglaize County (Wapakoneta), and Allen County (Lima), as well as the surrounding area.

If you or a loved one is facing drug crimes charges, our attorneys can help you protect your rights and your future. Do not face criminal charges alone. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 937-332-9300.