Drug crimes in North Carolina are heavily prosecuted at both the state and federal levels. Whether involving marijuana, heroin, methamphetamine, opiates, cocaine, or LSD, a drug crime can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the circumstances surrounding the arrest, whether or not the person arrested is a first time offender, and other key factors. The moment you are arrested or under investigation, you need to consult a Carteret County drug crime attorney first. Don't talk to police officer or prosecutors without a lawyer.
Our firm may be able to defend you if you have been charged with any of the following drug crimes in Carteret County:
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If convicted of a drug crime, you may be facing jail or prison time, extensive fines, court-mandated participation in drug programs, and other serious consequences that limit your freedom and damage your reputation. After a conviction, you will also have a mark on your criminal record, which can limit your employment and housing opportunities. There is a lot stake, so don't face your charges alone.
As former prosecutors, we offer a unique set of skills and perspectives of the criminal justice system. We understand the courts, the judges/prosecutors, and how to effectively present a compelling case in front of a jury. Whether we are pushing for a favorable plea deal or defending you in court, you can trust us to advocate on your behalf.
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