Fight Drug Charges Head-On
Many Colorado drug crimes carry mandatory minimum prison sentences, even for first offenders or repeat offenders who only had small quantities of drugs. Penalties for a conviction can include jail or prison time, high fines, property forfeiture, driver’s license revocation and mandatory drug treatment.
At The Law Center P.C. in Highlands Ranch, our criminal justice attorneys represent individuals throughout Colorado who have been charged with various offenses. We will work diligently on your behalf, examining the facts of the case and assessing all of the evidence in order to determine whether:
- You have been properly charged.
- The police played by the rules.
- The government has enough evidence against you.
- Other factors may lessen the offense.
- Various defenses exist.
While marijuana has been legalized for personal consumption in Colorado, there are still restrictions on this privilege. A person may not smoke it in public or grow more than a certain amount without running afoul of the law. At The Law Center P.C., we endeavor to answer all your questions in regard to marijuana possession and use, such as:
- How much can you possess?
- Where can you consume it?
- How much can you grow?
- Can you share it with friends?
If you have been charged with a marijuana-related offense, including driving under the influence of this drug, our experienced attorneys will diligently represent your rights.
Prescription Drug Fraud
Prescription drug offenses can range from borrowing Adderall or oxycodone pills from a friend to stealing script pads from a doctor’s office. We have seen them all.
Our lawyers know how to resolve these kinds of cases. Every defendant has the right to request a trial, but depending on your situation, going to trial may result in the worst outcome. What you need most is high-quality, strategic legal counsel rather than blind, aggressive advocacy.
We can assemble a team of professionals to address the underlying problem and position you for successful negotiations with the prosecution. In some cases, we have been able to reduce multiple felony charges to a single misdemeanor with a deferred judgment. In other cases, a civil rights violation on the part of law enforcement can allow the case to be entirely dismissed.