Drug crimes can range from misdemeanors to felonies in Tennessee
Because of public opinion and Tennessee laws surrounding drug crimes, the penalties for being caught with illegal substances can be extremely serious. Drug crimes include a wide range of charges that go from relatively minor misdemeanors to major felonies. Nearly any charge can carry with it the potential for a lengthy jail or prison sentence, costly fines, probationary restrictions, and more. In addition to this, the stigma of having a drug conviction on your permanent record may remain with you for an extensive period of time, affecting your personal relationships, hindering your ability to keep or find employment opportunities, and ruling you out of receiving certain types of government assistance
THE LAW OFFICES OF JOSHUA T. CRAIN CAN HANDLE ALL TYPES OF DRUG-RELATED CASES, INCLUDING:
- Possession, including possession with the intent to sell or distribute
WERE YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS VIOLATED?
Just because you have been arrested and charged with a drug crime does not necessarily mean that you are guilty. We am fully aware of the fact that law enforcement officials are prone to making mistakes and working outside of the boundaries of the law during the investigation, evidence gathering, and arrest proceedings. From illegal searches and seizures to profiling, if you believe that your Constitutional rights have been violated, having an experienced Murfreesboro drug lawyer take on your case can make a difference between a good case result and a bad one.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE UNDER INVESTIGATION OR HAVE BEEN ARRESTED
Whether you have reason to believe that you are currently under investigation, or have already been arrested and charged, it is crucial to not speak with law enforcement before consulting with a criminal defense lawyer.
Call our legal team and we can immediately begin work on your case, investigating procedures used by law enforcement and reviewing the details and evidence against you. Let us start building the strongest possible defense on your behalf.