Colorado Springs Drug Crimes Attorney
Protect Your Rights - Call (719) 354-2052
If you are looking for a legal advocate who has successfully defended clients
in drug crime cases, you have come to the right place. The
Colorado Springs criminal attorney at Damascus Road Law Group is here to help you. Attorney Alexander Berry has a
reputation for winning criminal defense trials. As a former government lawyer, he has utilized his wealth of insights
favorable results for clients time and again. Even against the toughest drug crime charges,
you can be confident that you have a skilled legal advocate on your side,
someone who always presumes your innocence and will fight for you.
We will fight for you from start to finish! Request your
free consultation today by calling us at (719) 354-2052.
Benefits of hiring Damascus Road Law Group:
- Customized defense to fit your unique needs
- Supportive & attentive counsel from start to finish
- Strong representation from a trial-winning attorney
- Proven solutions to help you move forward
In Colorado, it is illegal to possess, use, sell, or manufacture drugs
or controlled substances. While controlled substances such as methamphetamines,
cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, and other narcotics are clearly outlawed, even
prescription drug possession could lead to an arrest. In fact, the use
or sale of marijuana, even medical marijuana, can still land you a criminal
charge in Colorado, depending on the circumstances.
Our Colorado Springs drug crime lawyer can handle charges of:
It can be intimidating going up against a tenacious prosecutor, especially
when you think that the case against you is incriminating or nearly impossible
to win. No matter what charge you are facing, Damascus Road Law Group
is ready to act swiftly and gather evidence in your favor. Here, you can
find an aggressive Colorado Springs drug crime attorney who can skillfully
discern and wield the defenses available to you.
Depending on how your case was investigated, the manner in which you were
arrested, or how your case is being prosecuted, you could have several
defense options. For instance, if a police officer violated a search and
seizure procedure, the evidence gathered against you could be thrown out
of court. If you were not informed of your Miranda Rights upon arrest,
you could have additional defenses available to you.