Fort Wayne Drug Distribution Charges
Being charged with distribution of drugs can be highly complex. Depending
on the circumstances of your arrest, an individual may be facing decades
in prison. For this reason, it is incredibly important that a person accused
of such a crime secure the representation of a skilled attorney as soon
as possible. Ind doing so, the legal defense can begin building the defense you need.
Arnold Terrill, P.C., we understand what it takes to build the strong defense our clients need
against drug trafficking charges. With more than 50 years of combined
experience, our attorneys are well-prepared to help you secure a successful
resolution to your case. Our record of success with complicated cases
has won us a great degree of referrals from clients whom we have been
able to help in the past as well as from other attorneys. We handle drug
distribution charges related to:
- Methamphetamine/crystal meth
- Prescription drugs (Xanax, OxyContin, Percocet, etc.)
- Spice (synthetic marijuana)
Were Your Constitutional Rights Violated?
The police are required to respect each person’s Fourth Amendment
rights when they are searching for evidence. Too often, the police violate
people's constitutional rights during an arrest or the seizing of
evidence, and evidence that was gathered in violation of a person's
constitutional rights is inadmissible. Prosecutions that can present no
drug evidence are typically dropped. This allows us to create successful
defenses for our clients without the risk of going to trial.
Our Fort Wayne Criminal Defense Attorneys Fight For You
If you are facing drug distribution or manufacturing charges, you need
a defense that can protect your rights. The Fort Wayne, Indiana, drug
dealing or delivery charges defense lawyers of Arnold Terrill, P.C., offer
our clients the aggressive defense they need.
Call us at 888-912-7220 or
contact us online. We don't charge a fee for a telephone consultation. We hope you contact
us to discuss your case. We want to help you with your problem.
*Please be aware that effective July 1, 2014, the Indiana Criminal Code
is revised to include a new sentencing structure. Class A through D felonies are replaced with Levels 1 through 6 felonies.