Federal Drug Crime Defense Lawyer
When Good People Face Bad Charges
It's easy to get into deep trouble after you've become involved with drugs. Good people can find themselves facing federal drug charges and prison time when activities get out of control and they find themselves in over their heads with a drug manufacturing, distribution, or trafficking operation. Even if you never had drugs in your possession, you could find yourself charged with a non-possession crime such as intent to distribute, conspiracy, or money laundering.
Don't assume you must plead guilty and must accept the punishment. Instead, let the federal drug charge lawyers at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP challenge the prosecution's case. Even if the evidence against you is strong, we can often negotiate a plea bargain that takes into account your needs and the needs of your family members. Our job is to create the best possible solution for you—call us anytime to begin the process.
Schedule a consultation with us online or call (214) 301-5007 at any time, day or night.
How Our Firm Can Help
We defend clients charged with federal drug crimes in Texas and throughout the United States. We treat you like the person you are, not the prisoner that federal prosecutors want you to become. We are responsive to our client’s needs and make sure that you know how your case is likely to unfold in the next several weeks and months.
You can have confidence that we are there, by your side, protecting your best interest and fighting for the best possible resolution. Federal drug charges often hinge on illegal search and seizure issues and the prosecution's attempts to use illegally obtained evidence. Our aggressive approach and our intimate knowledge of discovery rules allows us to request dismissal of any unethically or illegally obtained evidence.
Call for Your Free Consultation in Dallas - (214) 301-5007
Because federal narcotics charges generally involve large amounts of drugs and interstate or international distribution (drug trafficking or drug smuggling), it is important to have a defense attorney who understands the federal sentencing guidelines. Whatever the best possible outcome for you is, acquittal or plea bargain, our firm will fight tirelessly to minimize your consequences and maximize your chances at a positive result.