Drug Trafficking Attorney
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Drug trafficking is one of the most damaging and serious types of drug
charges you can face. Depending on the circumstances, a drug trafficking
conviction in Tennessee can expose you to the possibility of spending
several years in prison, derailing your life and greatly limiting your
future employment options. If you have been charged with drug trafficking,
it is vital you contact
Murfreesboro Drug Crime Lawyer Joshua T. Crain as soon as possible to defend your freedom and reputation.
Having fought and won on behalf of countless accused clients throughout
his lengthy career, Attorney Crain understands the laws applicable to
your situation and can use his knowledge to craft a powerful defense on
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Drug Trafficking Law in Tennessee
Drug trafficking is an illegal trade involving the cultivation, distribution,
and sale of illicit drugs. In Tennessee, drug trafficking charges are
much more serious than simple
possession charges and can carry much higher penalties upon conviction. The severity
of a drug trafficking conviction will vary depending on the type of drug
involved and the quantity the accused person had in their possession at
the time of their arrest. Drug trafficking charges related to the transportation
and distribution of Schedule I drugs such as heroin and LSD carry the
most serious penalties, while trafficking less-addictive substances such as
marijuana will generally be punished less harshly.
Possession charges can sometimes escalate to drug trafficking charges if:
- The defendant is found with a larger quantity of a given substance
- The defendant is found in possession of large amounts of cash
- The defendant is found in in possession of drug paraphernalia
In a worst-case scenario, a conviction of drug trafficking charges involving
a Schedule I substances can carry a whopping 30 years in prison, in addition
to significant fines. Regardless of the specifics, all drug trafficking
charges are felony offenses and must be handled by an experienced attorney
to maximize one’s chances of securing a favorable outcome.
Do Not Face Your Charges Alone
If you are facing drug trafficking charges, you cannot afford to leave
your future in the hands of a less qualified attorney. Having served as
a prosecutor prior to becoming a Murfreesboro criminal defense lawyer,
Attorney Joshua T. Crain has an intimate understanding of how the opposition
works and can use this knowledge to your advantage in your defense. Through
a detailed examination of the facts surrounding your arrest and negotiations
with the prosecution, he can provide the aggressive advocacy you need
during this difficult time.
Schedule a free case evaluation
today to get started towards building your defense.