Misdemeanor and felony drug crime convictions carry significant penalties including jail or prison, and can cause future issues obtaining employment in certain careers. Attorney Chris Scott has years of experience with hundreds of misdemeanor and felony drug cases from his time as a state prosecutor, including his time prosecuting in the gang and drug unit at the Shawnee County DA’s Office. His prior experience includes prosecuting cases involving drug possession, drug distribution, and drug manufacturing.
Chris will review the evidence in your case and determine whether law enforcement followed all legal procedures in your investigation. Potential issues include whether law enforcement properly stopped you, and legally conducted any search or seizure that took place in your case. You will be educated on your drug case, including potential defenses, and given sound advice on how to proceed. Chris will fight on your behalf if a trial is proper and necessary to defend your rights.
If you are accused of committing a drug crime, hire a former drug prosecutor to defend your rights, and give your case the attention it deserves.