Our Drug Crime Attorneys have an active practice defending clients accused of drug crimes.

These charges include:
  • Homicide by delivery of a controlled substance
  • Possession of controlled substances, including marijuana, heroin, cocaine, ecstasy and other drugs
  • Distribution or delivery of controlled substances
  • Charges related to prescription or medical drugs
  • Conspiracy charges involving drugs
  • Academic misconduct charges or academic discipline involving drugs

Our Team has represented clients on drug charges in both state and federal court.

Our Drug Crime Attorneys’ significant representations include:
  • Obtained a dismissal before trial of a homicide by delivery of a controlled substance charge
  • Successfully represented a client accused of delivering prescription drugs without a license
  • Reduced First Degree Reckless Homicide charge to simple delivery of a controlled substance

Our lawyers understand the stakes. We will promptly meet with you, whether it is at Axley’s offices or in jail. During our free initial consultations, we will explain to you the entire process. We will expeditiously acquire the evidence necessary to analyze your case and develop aggressive defense strategies for trial. And for cases that will not proceed to a trial, we will work carefully with you and the prosecutor to handle those cases in a fashion that will result in the best possible outcome you.

Drug Crimes Attorneys

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Client Successes

Some of our past experience in the field.
Drug Possession/Delivery Felonies: Nominal Jail Time
Represented client charged with three felonies after he made three drug sales to an undercover informant of the Tri County Drug Task Force. Negotiated a plea agreement whereby client spent four days in jail followed by probation.
John Walsh
Reduction of Homicide Charge to Simple Delivery of Controlled Substance
Defended individual who allegedly injected his friend with a fatal dose of heroin and was charged with First Degree Reckless Homicide. Presented forensic evidence which called into question the cause of death, which resulted in reduction of the homicide charge to simple delivery of a controlled substance.
Brian Hough
Criminal Defense, Drug Crimes, Homicide

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