Noblesville Drug Attorneys
Drug Crime Defense Lawyers in Noblesville
Indiana has built a reputation for hitting as hard as it possibly can when prosecuting even first-time drug crime offenders. If you are under investigation for a drug crime or you have already been charged with one, then you should act right now. Defend yourself with the power and experience of The Criminal Defense Team in Noblesville. We are ready to stand up for your rights, no matter what you have been accused of doing. Everyone should be innocent until proven guilty.
On This Page:
- Choose a Board-Certified Attorney
- Common Drug Charges
- Penalties for Drug Crime Convictions
- The DEA Drug Schedule
- Get Help Now
- Drug Crimes FAQ
Our Noblesville drug crime lawyers are ready to protect your rights. Call (317) 565-2221 now.
Choose a Board-Certified Team to Defend You
Your future could be hanging in the balance when you’ve been accused of a serious drug crime. Don’t risk it to an inexperienced or inattentive law firm. Go with The Criminal Defense Team, which is trusted by criminal defendants across the state.
We have 3 Board-Certified Criminal Law Specialists* on our team. In all of Indiana, there are currently only 6 such specialists. To earn this title, an attorney must prove that they have advanced legal knowledge by passing a notoriously rigorous exam. Most attorneys who attempt this exam do not pass, but 5 of our team did.
Commonly Charged Drug Crimes
Indiana has a long list of different drug charges that it can file against a criminal defendant. You can come to The Criminal Defense Team for help protecting your rights against any of them. We have decades of combined legal experience with an intentional focus on hard-fought criminal defense cases, such as many of the drug crime cases we have worked on in the past.
Let us defend your rights against these criminal violations and more:
- Possession: If you own, hold, or control an illegal narcotic, then you can be charged with drug possession, which is often a misdemeanor.
- Distribution: If you give or sell an illegal narcotic to another party, then you can be charged with drug distribution. Possessing an amount or number of drugs considered to be “too many” for personal use can also result in an intent to distribute charge.
- Manufacturing: If you create or have the means to create illegal narcotics in your possession or control, then you can be charged with drug manufacturing, which is often a felony.
- Marijuana charges: Indiana considers it a misdemeanor if you possess any amount of recreational marijuana with a THC content level of 0.3% or greater. In other words, it is still illegal to use recreational marijuana in Indiana.
Penalties for Drug Crime Convictions
Since the ‘80s, prosecutors have been adamant about securing a conviction for every drug crime charge that reaches their office. Even minor crimes like first-time drug possession in small amounts are often pursued aggressively and hit with the most criminal penalties possible if a conviction is secured. In fact, many jails and prisons across the country are populated mostly by drug crime offenders.
Do not let your case get steamrolled by the prosecution and hope that you will get a light sentence. Take charge of the situation and defend yourself from harsh penalties by teaming up with us.
If you are convicted of a drug crime in Indiana, then you will likely be penalized by:
- Incarceration: If you are convicted of a misdemeanor drug crime, then you could be sentenced to up to 180 days in jail. Drug crime felony convictions can include up to 40 years in prison, depending on the details of the conviction.
- Fines: If you are convicted of a misdemeanor drug crime, then you could be ordered to pay fines to the state up to $1,000. A felony conviction can have fines of up to $10,000. You will also have to pay other miscellaneous fees not directly associated with sentencing requirements.
What is the DEA Drug Schedule?
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has sorted all known narcotics into a schedule. The top of the schedule (I) includes what the DEA considers to be the most dangerous, addictive, or medically-unusable substances. The bottom of the schedule (V) is considered by the DEA to be the least dangerous or addictive, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t face harsh charges for possessing schedule V substances.
We’re Always Ready to Help – Call Now
The Criminal Defense Team accepts calls to (317) 565-2221 at all hours because we know that arrests can happen at any time. If we can’t get to your call right away, we will reach out to you at our next opportunity. Our Noblesville drug lawyers are known in our community for being highly responsive and communicative.
For more information about drug crime defense strategies, contact us online.
Noblesville Drug Crimes FAQ
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