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Helping Louisiana residents defend against drug charges

When it comes to drug charges, law enforcement officials only care about how much you had insomuch as they can make your charges and legal penalties more severe. Some people may think that because they were only in possession of a small amount of some controlled substance that they do not need to take their legal defense seriously. Nothing could be further from the truth. If you are facing drug charges of any kind, it is imperative that you take your legal defense seriously.

You are probably aware that certain drugs carry steeper legal penalties; substances like cocaine and heroin can often land people with years in prison and hundreds in fines. Additionally, you likely know that having more of a substance can mean even more serious penalties, even changing the classification of the crime from a misdemeanor to a felony. That is why it is in your best interests to consult with an attorney about building a legal defense if you are facing drug charges.

Many people fear that if they are discovered with drugs in their possession, they may as well accept their fate, that they have no chance of being acquitted. This is not the case. There are many different legal options that an individual could use for defense in order to avoid wrongful drug charges, even if an officer pulled you over and found drugs in your car.

Additionally, even if you were found with drugs and you cannot take advantage of any legal option to help you avoid conviction, the aid of an attorney could still help you have your legal penalties kept at a minimum. Obviously, a misdemeanor with a few months of jail time is more ideal than a felony charge with years of jail time. If you are facing drug charges in Louisiana, visit our webpage to learn more about how we can help you defend yourself from whatever types of charges you may be facing.

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