Have you been arrested or are you under investigation for a drug related offense? Drug crimes in the state of Missouri are investigated heavily and prosecuted severely under federal and state laws. Being convicted of even a seemingly minor drug crime could lead to very serious, life-altering penalties. It is very important that you consult with a Springfield criminal defense attorney at Cole & Martin Attorneys at Law, LLC as soon as you have found yourself in legal trouble.
Both of our criminal defense attorneys are former prosecutors, which means that they understand how the other side approaches cases and can anticipate how to defend you against them. In fact, our team includes a former Head of Major Crimes! This insight is invaluable when it comes to anticipating how the prosecution will approach your case and to crafting a strong and effective defense against the opposition.
To learn more about our firm and what your legal options might include, call us today at (417) 213-5441!
There are a wide range of different drug crimes for which you could be arrested. This includes possession, possession with intent, sale and distribution, trafficking, manufacturing, and more. At our firm, we know how scary and overwhelming a drug crime charge or arrest can be. Our role is to help you understand the legal process and help you navigate your case.
We offer representation for a wide range of drug cases, including violations involving the following substances:
The exact consequences involved in a drug offense conviction depends on the amount of drug in question, as well as the exact alleged crime. These penalties can include jail or prison time, costly fines, mandatory counseling and probation, and more.
If you or someone you love have been charged with a drug crime and are looking for legal defense, our firm is prepared to help with the job. We have the level of legal counsel you need on your side, with more than 30 years of combined experience. If you are interested in a free case consultation, we would like to meet with you to discuss your options.
Contact a Springfield drug crime defense attorney at our firm today at (417) 213-5441 for an appointment to learn how we can help you.