Were You Accused Of A Drug Crime?

If you or a loved one has recently been accused of committing a drug crime, it is imperative to secure the legal assistance of a skilled criminal defense attorney. At the Marros Law Office, we have years of experience in defending clients just like you — good people facing a bad situation.

We understand how frightening it can be to face something of this nature. And if you choose to work with our firm, you can breathe easier knowing that we will leave no stone unturned in our efforts to help you reach the best resolution available.

We will thoroughly review all evidence, looking for any weaknesses in the prosecutor’s case against you. Did police officers have probable cause for a search? Were your constitutional rights violated? Did you make any statements under duress? The answers to these types of questions could lead to reduced charges or potential dismissal.

Our firm can defend you against a wide variety of drug-related charges, including:

Possession Of Narcotic/Controlled Substance

These cases may involve heroin, cocaine, marijuana, LSD, meth and even prescription drugs if they are possessed without a valid prescription. Drug possession should not be considered a minor crime. A conviction could result in serious penalties that are best avoided. These include jail time, heavy fines and driver’s license suspension, to name just a few.

Possession With Intent To Sell/Manufacture/Deliver

This is charged when it is believed that the drugs you were in possession of were for more than personal use. Evidence used to indicate the intent to sell drugs can include the amount of drugs you were found in possession of, amount of money in your possession, possession of drug packaging materials as well as the way the drugs were packaged. Depending on the weight of the drugs involved, you could face a mandatory minimum jail sentence upon conviction, as well as steep fines.

Drug Sale/Distribution (Delivery)

This is charged when there is evidence that drugs were actually delivered. These charges may be the result of police officers observing an exchange. They may also stem from an undercover operation in which drugs were sold to an undercover officer (buy and bust). Mandatory minimum jail sentences and fines are possible, so it is critical that you choose an attorney who understands how to handle these complex charges.

Free Consultations Available

If you were charged with any of these crimes, contact us to discuss your rights and legal options. The Marros Law Office serves all of York County and central Pennsylvania. We are accessible 24/7 and offer free consultations in all criminal defense cases. Call 717-801-1970 or send us an email today.