York, Pennsylvania, Drug Charges Defense Lawyer – Marijuana Possession Attorney – Felony Drug Sales Law Firm-Section 1


Have you been arrested and charged with a drug related crime? Do you believe you are a suspect in a drug related investigation? Marshall & Smith PC has the experience needed to protect your legal rights and defend your freedom

Please contact the drug charge defense lawyers at Marshall & Smith, PC, today for high-quality legal representation in all types of drug offenses, including:

 

Drug possession of controlled substance


Possession with intent to deliver (PWID)


Drug sales


Drug trafficking


Drug distribution


Drug manufacturing


Felony drug charges


Juvenile drug possession charges


Possession of drug paraphernalia


Drug crimes are serious charges that can carry mandatory state prison sentences and may suspend driving privileges. Whether you are accused of a drug offense involving cocaine, crack, crystal meth, heroin, mushrooms, marijuana (pot or weed), or any other illegal drug or pharmaceuticals, we will mount a vigorous defense.

We will question the circumstances of your arrest to determine whether an illegal search and seizure took place. If so, we’ll move to suppress any evidence gathered in the search. We are excellent negotiators who are well-respected by York County prosecutors. We will do everything possible to get your case reduced or dismissed. If it is in your best interest, we will take your case to trial, where we have an impressive track record of success. To discuss your case, please contact the drug charges defense lawyers of Marshall & Smith PC today!

 

FAQ:

Q:  I've been charged in a drug related crime. Do I need an attorney in every situation?

A:  Drug charges can be misdemeanors or felonies, but they can carry serious repercussions that may affect your driving privileges, ability to own a firearm, or how much prison time you could receive. There is mandatory sentencing involed with some felony charges, and the amount of drugs could impact your case. Drug cases are complex, and need an experienced attorney to help you get the best results possible.

 

Q:  The police took my car when I was arrested for drugs and won't return it. Why?

A:  When someone is arrested for a felony drug charge, the police can confiscate your vehicle as proceeds from drug sales. A forefeture hearing would need to be held in order to see if the District Attorney is willing to give it back, or keep it and sell it. This process is complicated, and needs the guidance and ability that only an experienced attorney can deliver. Call the offices of Marshall & Smith PC today for the assistance you deserve.

 

Q:  I was arrested in a vehicle that drugs were found in. They aren't mine. What should I do?

A:  Call us! We will question the circumstances of your arrest to determine whether an illegal search took place. If so, we can move to suppress any evidence gathered in the search. We can also do everything possible to get your charges reduced or dismissed.. If it's in your best interest, we will take your case to trial, where we have an impressive track record of success. Please contact our office as soon as possible. We want to put our 45 years of experience to work for you!