If You have Already been Arrested on Drug Offenses Charges, You Should Consult a Criminal Defense Attorney Immediately
Being charged with a drug offenses crime is unnerving, causing stress and anxiety for you and your loved ones. The stress is multiplied by the unfamiliarity of the process. At Sadler Law Group, your New Haven County criminal defense attorney, will explain each successive step, from the initial consultation to resolution.
If You Have Not been Arrested on Drug Charges, but Suspect You will be, Do Not Speak with the Police!
The best advice anyone can give in a criminal matter is this – Do not speak to the police. Your words will be used against you, even if you are innocent.
Police are allowed to lie to a suspect. Police are allowed to make promises they do not have the authority to enforce. For example, if an officer has promised a lenient sentence if you cooperate they are simply not telling the truth. They do not have the authority to make or enforce those promises.
Nothing you tell the police can help you. They may tell you they just want your side of the story, but they are not on your side. They are investigating a suspected crime and believe that you committed it. Your pleas of innocence have no effect.
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Sadler Law Group will develop a Plan that Best Suits Your Case
Sadler Law Group examines the charges, the police report, and the evidence, to determine whether we can:
- Suppress Physical Evidence
- Suppress Statements
- Argue the Insufficiency of the Evidence to Prove the Crime Charged
Failing those, the focus turns to mitigation and trial preparation.
Regardless of the Drug Offense Charged, Sadler Law Group is a New Haven County Criminal Attorney Capable of Handling you Case
Whether you are charged with any of the following:
- 21a-277. (Formerly Sec. 19-480). Penalty for illegal manufacture, distribution, sale, prescription, dispensing;
- 21a-278. (Formerly Sec. 19-480a). Penalty for illegal manufacture, distribution, sale, prescription or administration by non-drug-dependent person;
- 21a-278a. Penalty for illegal manufacture, distribution, sale, prescription or administration;
- 21a-279. (Formerly Sec. 19-481). Penalty for illegal possession. Alternative sentences. Immunity;
- 21a-279a. Penalty for illegal possession of small amount of cannabis-type substance.
Sadler Law Group can help resolve the matter. If you would like a free consultation please call (203) 951-1360 or fill in the Request a Call form below.
Contact a New Haven County Criminal Attorney if You have been Charged with a Drug Offense
Schedule a time to speak with an experienced criminal law attorney at Sadler Law Group to discuss your case.