A conviction for a drug crime in Oklahoma can seriously affect your life. If you are charged with a drug crime in the Claremore, Oklahoma area, you need an aggressive and experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side to fight for you. The Claremore drug crimes defense attorneys of Wirth Law Office have the experience and legal skill it takes to achieve the best outcome possible for you when facing Rogers County drug charges.
Wirth Law Office Claremore criminal defense attorneys have experience handling a wide range of drug cases. Under Oklahoma law there are a numerous drug offenses for which a person may be charged. Drug crimes include simple possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled substances, possession with intent to distribute, drug distribution, drug manufacture and drug trafficking.
The penalties for drug crime convictions can range from probation to life imprisonment depending on the charge. Drug crimes in Oklahoma include possession of or manufacturing marijuana, methamphetamine, “Ecstasy” (or MDMA), narcotics (including heroin, codeine or morphine), cocaine, illicit prescription drugs (such as Valium, Xanax, Oxycodone and more), LSD, “mushrooms” and a long list of other banned substances.
You might even be charged if you were in the area where police say they found drugs and they claim you should have known they were there. In such cases, called “constructive possession” evidence can sometimes reveal that you weren’t responsible for drugs police found.
Consequences of a Drug Crime Conviction
A drug crime conviction in the state of Oklahoma can have some very serious consequences. Some of the consequences of a drug crime conviction are: probation, hefty fines, being subjected to mandatory drug testing, a felony conviction on your record, and imprisonment for a substantial length of time. In addition, a drug crime conviction can stay on you record and greatly affect your ability to obtain certain types of employment, educational opportunities, and housing. The outcome can depend on the quality of representation a person brings to their criminal defense table.
What a Claremore Criminal Lawyer Can Do For You
Because the penalties for being charged with a drug crime can be so severe, it is important that you retain legal counsel with a background in defending clients against Oklahoma drug charges. The Claremore drug crimes defense attorneys at Wirth Law Office are experienced at defending clients facing drug crimes charges.
For clients facing drug crime charges, Wirth Law Office’s Oklahoma criminal defense attorneys have obtained: a complete dismissal for a client charged with Endeavoring to Manufacture Methamphetamines, a dismissal of charges for a client charged with Unlawful Possession of Controlled Drug – Second Offense, a sentencing victory when a client received a five (5) year deferred sentence on the charge of distributing cocaine to an undercover officer, evidence suppressed against a client who was charged with Endeavoring to Manufacture Methamphetamine, and more.
The defense attorneys of the Wirth Law Office can thoroughly explain to you the consequences of being convicted of the charge you are facing as well as the best way to proceed with your case. Some avenues the attorneys at The Wirth Law Office may pursue for you include: challenging the admission of certain evidence to have the evidence declared inadmissible, fight to have charges dismissed due to lack of evidence, attempt to have charges reduced or amended, and proffering alternatives to incarceration such as drug treatment programs and community service.
If you are charged with a Rogers County drug crime, the let the Wirth Law Office Claremore criminal attorney put year of experience in handling these types of matters to use for you and fight to achieve the best possible outcome of your case.
Free Consultation: Claremore Drug Crimes Defense Attorney
If you are charged with a drug offense in Rogers County, you need a Claremore drug crimes defense attorney on your side with knowledge and skill in handing drug crimes cases. Contact the Wirth Law Office at (918) 213-0950 to schedule your free consultation.