Drug crimes can range in severity from low-level misdemeanors to serious felonies. Even misdemeanor drug offenses should be handled diligently, because a drug conviction could carry a number of collateral consequences beyond jail and probation, like driver’s license suspension and loss of certain types of federal and state aid. More serious offenses carry even greater consequences, including significant jail time, if convicted. For this reason, if you are facing drug charges or have been arrested for a drug offense, it is important that you take the time to consult with a defense attorney who can give you a better understanding of the charges you are facing, your rights and your legal options.
If you’ve been charged with a drug-related crime, contact The Law Office of Michelle Mays to discuss your case with an understanding defense attorney. Depending on the circumstances of your situation, The Law Office of Michelle Mays can help negotiate a favorable plea deal or fight to you prove your innocence.