Vigorous Drug Defense
Crawford County Drug Crime Attorney for State & Federal Charges
Both the Ohio state and federal governments often take an aggressive stance against those charged with alleged criminal drug activity. If you or someone you know has been charged with a drug offense, you have the right to receive fair and honest representation in the court of law. At Eyer Stone, LTD, we defend those accused of all types of misdemeanor and felony drug crimes in state or federal courts throughout central Ohio.
If you were arrested for suspected illegal drug activities, know that you have the right to refuse to submit to a drug test. We will help you understand your rights and develop a concrete strategy for beating the charges you face.
Get started with a case evaluation today by calling (419) 610-2032 today.
Serious Defense for Any Drug Charge
Our Crawford County drug crime attorney, Adam C. Stone, defends those accused of misdemeanor or felony drug crimes involving all types of controlled substances, from black tar heroin to marijuana, cocaine or crystal meth.
We are equipped to defend any type of drug charge, including:
- Drug possession
- Illegal drug trafficking
- Bulk trafficking across state lines
- Illegal drug manufacture
- Marijuana cultivation
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Conspiracy to commit drug crimes
We take proactive steps to build a strategic defense focused on the facts of your case. We will file motions to suppress evidence obtained through illegal search and seizure and work to ensure police had probable cause and valid search warrants to search your house, property or car.
Our firm explores all options for protecting your rights and future, including treatment in lieu of conviction, which may be available for first-time offenders accused of misdemeanor drug crimes.
Drug Trafficking and Possession
Drug trafficking or drug possession can range from a minor misdemeanor for a small quantity of marijuana to a first degree felony with mandatory minimum prison sentences and fines for large amounts of drugs.
For those who choose to transport drugs across state lines either themselves or by use of a transit postal service, they may be subject to federal charges from the Drug Enforcement Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Marshals Office or any other federal law enforcement agency. In federal court, the consequences of a possession or trafficking conviction can land a suspect in federal prison for life depending on the totality of the circumstances.
These are serious charges with serious consequences. A conviction for drug possession or drug trafficking in Ohio state or federal court can lead to:
- Serious jail or prison time
- Loss of employment
- Loss of a driver’s license
- Loss of the right to legally own a firearm
- Even compromised voting rights
If you are a state or federal suspect, or are under investigation, charged, indicted or engaged in the sale or possession of illegal drugs call Eyer Stone, LTD in Bucyrus, Ohio today for a confidential consultation with Attorney Adam Stone to discuss your rights and defenses to these serious, life-altering charges.
Charged with Prescription Drug Offenses?
Prescription drug abuse is a growing problem in the U.S. and can lead to the illegal trafficking and possession of prescription drugs such as OxyContin, Xanax or Vicodin. In spite of this trend, many individuals have legitimate need for prescription medications. If you have been accused of prescription drug crimes or prescription fraud, we provide vigorous and thorough defense of your rights and interests.
To schedule a consultation to talk about your drug charges, contact us at (419) 610-2032 today.
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