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Experienced Drug Crime Defense Lawyers in California
If you’ve been arrested for a narcotics charge, you need a skilled drug crime defense lawyer to review your case.
Our attorneys’ experience with these offenses is unmatched. We have worked with the local narcotics task force and have personally witnessed how police and prosecutors work on these cases.
Get help from the former District Attorney for the County of Riverside turned defense lawyer who has personal experience working within the prosecutor’s office and unrivaled knowledge of the prosecution’s mindset, goals, and weaknesses.
The justice system has many holes that countless individuals have fallen into. Even if you are innocent, you could be found guilty of your offense if you do not have a skilled drug defense lawyer by your side. Call (888) 250-2865 today to obtain a free consultation
Don’t Let Them Take Advantage Of You
A skilled professional with experience handling cases similar to yours should not be underestimated. Defending narcotics charges is very different from practicing other types of law. You want the best lawyers working your drug related case. Our attorneys work with defendants only and have extensive experience defending those faced with all types of narcotics offenses.
It is common for prosecutors to drop charges, offer deals, or simply roll over when they know they are facing a strong case and a skilled attorney. Prosecutors do not like to lose. Dropping a case or offering a deal can help them avoid an embarrassing loss.
A great drug crime attorney is a master at courtroom policies and is experienced at explaining complex law. This is a benefit when dealing with evidence and other complex policies of the case that you are unsure about – your attorney is your aggressive advocate every step of the way. If you’ve got questions, they’ve got answers.
Expose Bad Evidence
One of the main reasons that defendants choose to hire attorneys is so that the evidence obtained during the course of their case investigation is properly examined by skilled professionals.
It is no secret that court appointed attorneys do not have a lot of time to spend on each of their clients’ cases. In fact, studies show that public defenders simply do not have the time needed to ensure each of their clients’ receive a great defense.
This time is needed to go over all of the details pertaining to each case. Police often make mistakes while gathering evidence. Some of these mistakes can deem the evidence obtained inadmissible in a court of law, meaning that it cannot be used in court to help prove a defendant’s guilt.
When officers have limited evidence, defendants whose cases are built on illegally obtained evidence should have the opportunity to expose their evidence as being illegal and, if successful, may be able to get their charges dropped as a result.
How Our Drug Crime Lawyers Can Help You
Following an arrest, it’s easy to make mistakes that can jeopardize your case and put your future at risk. Once a person gets stuck in the system, it’s very difficult to get back on the right track. If you’re concerned about your future, our attorneys are here to help. Contact us to get a free consultation from experienced professionals so you can get the info you really need.
For those that avoid convictions, they have more opportunities to pursue the careers and futures that they’ve always dreamed of. Many careers do not accept those who have been convicted of these offenses.
Need help with your Southern California drug crime offense? Call (888) 250-2865 today to obtain a free professional consultation from lawyers in Orange County and Riverside for arrests that have occurred in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, and Orange County, California. We have offices conveniently located in Fullerton, Santa Ana, Newport Beach and Riverside.
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