If you have been arrested on drug or drug related charges, or if someone you love has been arrested for these types of charges, time is of the essence. If you want to give yourself or your loved one the best chance of getting out of jail, and of getting exonerated of wrongdoing, an attorney that focuses on this particular area of the law is a must. A Drug Lawyer will begin work on your case as soon as you contact them. If you or your loved one happens to be in jail at this time, the attorney can still work with you to build a strong defense.
One of the most important things that you can do to help your drug attorney to build a strong defense is to give them all the information they need. While it may be your first instinct to keep some of the information regarding the arrest to yourself, especially if you feel the information is damaging or embarrassing, remember that your lawyer needs all the details to build a strong defense. You don’t want to take the chance of going to court without your lawyer knowing everything that the prosecutors might bring up. As long as your lawyer knows what you are facing, they can create the defense that suits the situation the best and give you the very highest chance of beating the charges.
Your Drug Lawyer may have a list of specific questions for you, for example they may want to know things like the names of any witnesses that could potentially help your case by testifying on your behalf. Other questions will usually include those involving your presence in the community where you live, how long you have lived there, your past employment history, and your past criminal offenses (if any.) Having these answers will help your lawyer to craft a strong defense that highlights your strengths while making your mistakes understandable to the judge.
If you are looking for an attorney who can help you fight drug charges, try to find a law firm that has extensive experience in this particular area. Attorneys like Zaloba Edward have worked with clients who stand accused of drugs charges for years, so they know how to fight and win your case. You can usually get a free or a low cost consultation about your case!