Defending Your Constitutional Rights
In a great number of drug cases, there is no evidence and no basis for the criminal charges without the evidence seized during a traffic stop, search of a defendant’s car, or an executed search warrant. When the police search through your car, come into your home or search your belongings, there are specific rules they must comply with under the fourth amendment of the Constitution. At our firm, we believe in a thorough review of every piece of evidence and how it was obtained.
Drug Trafficking, distribution, and intent to distribute are widely regarded as the most serious of drug offenses in Oklahoma with sentencing varying up to life in prison, depending on the type of narcotic, the quantity, and circumstances. Federal and state policies also impose collateral consequences on those convicted of drug offenses, such as denial of public benefits or licenses, educational loans, that are not applicable to those convicted of other types of crimes. Regardless of the amount, if you are charged with any serious drug offense it is advisable to retain experienced Tulsa drug trafficking attorneys.
Conspiracy and Drug Charges
Conspiracy is often charged with drug crimes involving two or more defendants. Conspiracy is an agreement between two or more people to commit an illegal act. Every conspiracy has at least two elements: (1) an agreement for some illegal purpose (2) between two or more persons. Members of the conspiracy are also liable for the foreseeable crimes of their fellows committed in furtherance of the illegal act agreed upon. In addition, statements by one conspirator can be admissible evidence against all.
At our firm, we defend against a wide range of possession drug charges in the state and federal courts of Oklahoma. Aggressive legal representation can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. At our firm, we strive to provide our clients with only the best service and representation throughout every stage of the criminal process. Contact our Tulsa drug defense attorneys by phone at (918) 216-9644.
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