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Drug Charges

Defending Against Drug Charges In Ohio

With drug charges, the difference between doing time and not doing time could depend on getting an attorney involved before you say a word. When faced with these types of charges, you should contact an attorney at Dungan & LeFevre immediately for a consultation. Our defense attorneys have decades of experience in defending clients accused of serious crimes, including felony drug possession or trafficking. We can help you understand the charges against you and defend you against those charges.

People of all ages and backgrounds are arrested daily in the United States for possession of drugs or paraphernalia and other drug-related crimes. In many cases, the accused has been the victim of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, an unfortunate circumstance that can lead to a miscarriage of justice. In all of these types of cases, you should hire a competent defense attorney to represent you, such as those found at Dungan & LeFevre.

For a consultation with an experienced criminal defense lawyer, call 937-770-6225 or complete our contact form. Our criminal defense attorneys Jack Hemm, Steven Justice and Michael Scarpelli have offices in Troy and represent clients throughout the Miami Valley and Ohio.

Types Of Drug Violations

Violations that may result in an arrest include:

  • Cultivation of narcotics
  • Distribution of narcotics
  • Driving under the influence
  • Drug making
  • Drug use
  • Manufacturing drugs
  • Possession of an illegal substance
  • Possession of drugs for sale
  • Trafficking
  • Being under the influence of narcotics

If you have been arrested under suspicion of committing one of these violations, you may be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony depending upon such factors as type, amount and intent of the narcotic possession. A conviction may result in serious financial repercussions, including loss of job, loss of license and possible incarceration.

Contact Our Attorneys

If you have been arrested for a drug-related crime, you should immediately contact Dungan & LeFevre and speak with a criminal defense attorney. Call 937-770-6225 or contact us by email. We are ready to help you.