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Aggressive Criminal Defense For Drug Charges

With an office in Omaha, we know better than most that drug-related charges are incredibly common in the Midwestern United States. A great deal of our casework involves defending clients who are facing some form of legal concern involving drugs. If you are facing criminal drug charges, Courtney Law Office, P.C., L.L.O., can help defend you. Don’t let yourself be pigeonholed or exploited by prosecutors who try to aggressively punish you for a drug charge; we will work hard to defend you and fight on your behalf. Learn more about the many different types of drug charges and what they entail below.

Drug Charges In Nebraska

Drug cases come in all different forms and range in severity. Here are some of the most common types of drug charges we address here in Omaha:

  • Possession: Having substances that are deemed illegal like marijuana, cocaine or heroin can result in a drug charge being brought against you. The amount you have and the type of drug will affect the severity of the case. This is a charge that varies greatly from state to state as well.
  • Distribution: Selling drugs to people is a more serious crime than simply having them yourself, and selling on a large scale becomes even more severe.
  • Manufacturing: The creation of drugs is a serious crime, especially for harder drugs. Like the other charges listed here, the charges for growing marijuana are far less than the manufacturing of something more dangerous like methamphetamines.
  • Trafficking on Interstate I-80: Trafficking involves moving large amounts of drugs. If it can be proven you are not just moving the drugs but also moving them with the intent of selling, this charge can become distribution.

Our founding attorney, Jeff Courtney, has offered aggressive criminal defense for clients in and around Omaha for decades. Even if you are facing federal criminal drug charges, Courtney Law Office, P.C., L.L.O., can help.

Charged With A Drug Crime? Call Today.

If you have been accused of committing a crime involving drugs, don’t wait. Call us today at 402-553-2333 or send an email to schedule your free, initial consultation.