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Helping you assert a defense against drug charges

On Behalf of | Apr 5, 2018 | Drug Charges, Firm News |

It could happen at any point and anywhere. When you are driving, a passenger in a vehicle, walking down the street or at your personal residence, an officer could initiate a search based on reasonable suspicion. This search could result in the uncovering of a wide variety of evidence. In some cases, this could result in a person facing drug charges.

Such a situation is complex and overwhelming. A drug charge is often based on multitudinous evidence; however, defendants in Baton Rouge should note that all this evidence is often not all credible. This means that a defense strategy could be devised to challenge evidence used against him or her, helping the accused clear their name and avoid serious penalties.

Although it might seem daunting, a criminal defense is key to reducing or dismissing a drug charge. At Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law, our experienced attorneys understand the ins and outs of criminal defense strategies. Our legal team has years of experience helping clients from all walks of life facing a wide range of state and federal drug charges. Thus, we are equipped with the knowledge and skills to present the best defense possible for our clients.

There is a process and procedure that must be followed when law enforcement collects and handles evidence. Our law firm is knowledgeable of this, and will comb through all the details of the mater to ensure everything was followed according to law. If there are any gaps or questionable information, our law firm will step in, applying the law and utilizing experts to ensure the rights of our clients are protected.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s drug charges website. Because the penalties that could befall on the accused could be serious, it is important to understand whether or not you could reduce them or avoid them altogether. Initiating a defense could help a defendant protect their rights and interests and help reduce the criminal consequences faced.