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Drug Crimes Attorney in Commack, New York

If you have been arrested for drug possession or another drug charge early intervention by a defense attorney can make a big difference including possible dismissal or non-filing of charges. Our office is experienced in handling the full range of drug crime charges you may face

  • Possession of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, or other illegal narcotics

  • Possession with intent to sell methamphetamine, heroin, Ecstasy, and other illegal drugs

  • Illegal possession of OxyContin, Vicodin, and other prescription drugs

  • Drug cultivation

  • Possession of drug paraphernalia

  • Possession with intent to sell or distribute illegal narcotics

  • Drug trafficking and drug manufacturing

  • Criminal sale of controlled substances

Facing Drug Charges?

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If you have been arrested for a misdemeanor or felony drug crime, we will do everything in our power to clear you of your charges. If the conviction is unavoidable, we will ardently negotiate for a reduction of your charges and try to. I understand there is a lot at stake in these types of cases. I want you to know that I will aggressively defend you against all the charges brought against you. I'll develop a strategic legal plan aimed at defending your rights and mitigating potential penalties. Many times, I'm able to obtain reduced charges or lower penalties through negotiating with the prosecutor. In some cases negotiate for an alternative to jail, such as drug counseling or participation in a drug treatment program. If the case calls for it, I'm fully prepared to take your matter to trial and to fight aggressively for a not-guilty verdict

Drug Crime Penalties

I understand the seriousness of the drug charges you're facing. Depending on the offense, you could be sentenced to several adverse legal penalties upon conviction. For misdemeanor drug crimes, such as simple possession of marijuana, you will most likely only be sentenced to probation and be required to pay a fine and attend a drug treatment program. However, if you are convicted on felony drug charges you will face much more severe penalties, such as lengthy jail or prison sentences, probation, steep fines, mandatory drug treatment, community service, driver’s license suspension, and a mark on your permanent record.