Denver Drug Crimes Defense Lawyers

Drug offense charges are grave matters of criminal law that can cause the accused to be sentenced to prison, lose his career, damage his reputation and possibly even lose his family upon conviction. While the accused may want to try to go up against drug crime charges alone, the laws and criminal justice process associated with these charges are extremely complex, and a wrong move can result in conviction, harsh penalties and a criminal record that will likely haunt a person for the rest of his life. Some of the factors that can affect the nature and severity of drug crimes charges include (but are not limited to):

  • The type (or “Schedule”) of drug associated with the alleged offense
  • The amount of the drug
  • Whether the drug was packaged or appeared to be packaged for sale or distribution
  • Whether any illegal weapons were associated with the incident
  • Whether any other crimes were allegedly committed during the incident
  • Whether the accused has prior drug convictions or a criminal record.

Denver Drug Crimes Defense Attorneys – Practice Areas

In the event that you or a loved one has been accused of drug offenses, it will be vital that you have the strongest possible defense in order to achieve the best possible outcome to your case. At the Adams Law Firm, our Denver drug crimes defense attorneys are highly experienced at fiercely litigating against a variety of drug offense charges. Our practice areas associated with drug offenses include (but not limited to) charges involving:

Whether you have criminal record, you have been accused of multiple crimes and/or your drug crimes charges have been filed at the federal level, our Denver drug offense defense lawyers can help you resolve your case as beneficially as possible. While the exact nature of our defense strategies will depend on the specifics of the case, some of arguments that our legal experts have successfully mounted in the past have included the following:

  • The search of the defendant’s property was not conducted legally (i.e., the police violated the defendant’s fourth amendment rights).
  • The property on which the drugs were found did not belong to the defendant.
  • Someone planted the drugs on the defendant without his knowledge.

If you or a loved one has been charged with any drug crime, contact our Denver drug crimes defense attorneys by emailing us or calling us at (720) 333-9490.