Drug charges can have serious consequences, including jail, fines, fees, probation, counseling, drug testing, license revocation, and even prison. Attorney Michael B. Brown has extensive experience as a defense attorney and prosecutor handling charges of drug possession, prescription fraud, distribution, manufacturing, trafficking, sales, and delivery.
It is important to stress that each case is unique, and this is especially so when it comes to drug offenses. The location of police contact – whether it was in a car, in public, or at a private home – can make a significant difference in these cases, as can the presence of co-defendants or witnesses. Search and seizure law provides strong Constitutional protections (guaranteed by the 4th Amendment) to the individual. These protections are strongest inside one’s own home and generally weakest in public areas or in a vehicle in a public area. When wielded appropriately, arguments that a Defendant’s 4th Amendment rights have been violated can result in lowered or dropped charges. If you have been charged with a drug offense, it is important that you discuss your case with an attorney familiar with the Constitutional rights (particularly the 4th Amendment) that may make the difference in your case.
Criminal defense Attorney Michael Brown has studied drug laws from both the prosecution and defense perspective. Let his experience guide you to make the most informed decision, present the strongest defense, and protect your Constitutional rights. Call, email, or text any questions – completely confidentially – to the Law Office of Michael B. Brown. Time is critical in criminal investigations and pretrial preparations, so don’t hesitate to call. The only thing you have to lose is unanswered questions!