We recently discussed how people who are facing drug crimes often need rehabilitation if they want a fair shot at getting out of the criminal justice system’s loop. Many people joke that the door to the jail is a revolving door because many of the same people come and go on a regular basis. We know that when you have a drug addiction, you might feel helpless and powerless as you go through the criminal justice system.
We can help you to find out what options you have for your defense and what options might be available to help you get sober. You have to understand that you have to be serious about getting help if this is the option you want to pursue. You have to want to get off the drugs because if you don’t have the desire, you might be wasting your time.
In all drug cases, you have to think carefully about all of the options that you have. The solution for one person’s case might not work in the next person’s case. This is why we approach each case individually. We don’t try to group cases together simply because the charge is the same.
When you are facing any drug charge, you need to keep your future in mind. You probably don’t want to keep coming before the judge for new charges. You probably don’t want to have to spend time in prison or pay high fines. Our goal in the cases we work on is to come out with either a not guilty verdict or to attempt to minimize the penalties if a conviction is likely.