Colorado Springs Drug Distribution Lawyer
Fighting a Distribution of Controlled Substances Charge
In the state of Colorado, as with the rest of the country, distributing a
controlled substance is considered a very serious crime that carries very serious consequences.
Distribution is considered and tried as a felony offense in most cases.
Even if this crime is your first offense, you will not be shown the leniency
extended to first time offenders who stand accused of lesser
drug crimes because distribution is categorized as a felony offense.
It is important that you take an aggressive stance when you have been accused
of drug distribution. While there are many misconceptions concerning Colorado’s
stance on drug crimes, it should never be taken lightly. You need a lawyer
that understands exactly how much is on the line. With over 15 years of
experience, I can help. Get started with a
free evaluation where we can discuss the details of your case and your possible defense.
Colorado Springs Criminal Defense Attorney
At The Samuelson Law Firm, my dedicated staff and I know exactly how difficult
and unforgiving the laws dictating drug distribution can be. In most cases,
your charges will fall under
Federal Sentencing Guidelines, which charts out predetermined prison terms depending on the type and
quantity of the drugs connected to your accusations. Though I cannot guarantee
a successful outcome, I can promise that no matter what the circumstances
of your case may be, I will personally handle every aspect of your case
as if I was the one being accused on this crime. I promise to explore
every option available to strengthen your case and I will most definitely
fight on your behalf to have your charges reduced or your sentence lightened.
If you are facing distribution charges, it is very important to be aware
of the full implications of this crime. For example, if you are convicted in
federal court for distributing cocaine, you could face anywhere from 5 to 40 years in
prison for a first time offense. Other aggravating factors can also contribute
to the length of your sentence. Aggravating factors include the
presence of a firearm if your crime occurred near a school or on government property, the existence
of a prior drug conviction or felony offense, or if the drugs associated
with your crime were over a certain quantity. Regardless of the circumstances,
my firm will actively and aggressively fight to protect you from the serious
consequences of a distribution conviction.
Call today if you are in need of aggressive drug crimes defense!