Narcotics & Drug Attorney St Louis
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The possession of or selling of narcotics can result in a police arrest. In a matter such as this, it is best to hire the proper drug crimes lawyer. After contacting an attorney you will likely have to answer a series of questions regarding your federal or state drug charges. This could include witnesses, defendants, and any victims.
There are several things that could get a person in trouble with drugs, such as:
- Drug Possession with intent to distribute
- Manufacturing Drugs
- Constructive possession of controlled substances
- Possession or use of illegal drugs
A narcotic is any substance that induces an anesthetizing effect on the nervous system. In medicine, it is primarily used for its analgesic effect and is used in controlled doses. Some of the well known narcotics are extremely harmful when taken randomly, including opium, morphine, and heroin. These substances can be very unsafe, and overdoses without proper medical prescription and guidance can sometimes cause death. Federal and state laws are very strict regarding usage of these drugs, particularly heroin.
Questions you can expect to be asked when meeting with a drug crimes attorney:
- What happened?
- What are the police claiming?
- What evidence is against you?
- Have you been charged with misdemeanor or felony?
At Haffner Law Firm we work to gather all the evidence for a strong defense of your case. We specialize in criminal law specifically related to drug crimes. A minor drug possession charge can result in loss of license, and often times a loss of job. Let us help to protect your rights and build a strong criminal defense. Our strategies can save you serious prison time. We can defend you, just fill out the form to the right, or call us immediately.
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