Avoiding Prison When Facing Trafficking Charges
All drug trafficking crimes are felony offenses. Many drug trafficking crimes are charged in federal court, depending on the type and quantity of the drug. Drug charges at the federal level carry mandatory minimum prison terms.
At the state level, the majority of drug trafficking offenses come with serious penalties. For instance, if an offender is specified as a major drug offender, they will serve a minimum of 10 years upon conviction. With so much on the line, be sure that you have an experienced defense attorney who can properly handle your case.
No matter how serious the charges against you are, you have constitutional rights that must be protected. At the Cincinnati, Ohio, law firm of Michael K. Allen & Associates, we have extensive experience defending against drug trafficking charges.
We Fight To Protect Your Rights Every Step Of The Way
All of the attorneys at our firm worked for the Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office prior to entering private practice as criminal defense attorneys. Michael K. Allen served as the elected Hamilton County prosecuting attorney. We know what to expect from the other side, and we know how to find the weaknesses in their case that we can use to your advantage. Our understanding of the entire Ohio drug prosecution process puts us in a much stronger position to build a compelling defense on your behalf.
When you hire our firm, we closely examine every aspect of your case. We work to suppress any evidence that was obtained illegally. We have been successful in the past at suppressing evidence based on illegal search and seizure, lack of probable cause, faulty warrants and other causes. We pursue every legal option available in an effort to preserve your rights and your freedom.
Get The Attention And Scrutiny Your Case Warrants
When it comes to aggressive and intense defense, we are relentless. We will review all aspects of your charges and call into question anything that can be used to your benefit. Get in touch with our team to talk about your drug trafficking case. You can speak to an attorney at any time, day or night, for sound advice about your legal issue. Call the firm at 513-718-2125. You can also contact us via our website’s email where you can tell us about yourself and your case.