Strong Defense Against Drug Charges
The severity of a drug charge depends on a number of factors including, but not limited to, how much drugs were in your possession and what your intent at the time was. Multiple charges can be confusing, and you may end up in federal court. Moreover, professionally licensed individuals face dual punishments in the criminal justice system and before their state licensing agency. This office has represented numerous professional license holders, including members of the medical professional community such as, doctors, nurses and pharmacists.
Wright & Noble LLC in Columbus, Ohio, knows the complex drug crime laws and how they are prosecuted. In some cases, we can even help you avoid incarceration for your drug crime. Give us a call today to discuss your situation with a proven lawyer.
Which Drug Are You Accused Of Possessing Or Selling?
We will provide an aggressive and thorough defense if you are charged with a crime involving:
- Prescription drugs including Demerol, OxyContin, Valium, painkillers, morphine, oxycodone, Percocet and Vicodin
Concerned About The Impact On Your Professional License?
Our firm offers experienced representation for licensed professionals accused of drug crimes in criminal court and before licensing boards and their investigative bodies. Many times medical professionals who need this type of defense have alcohol/drug abuse issues that may need to be dealt with concurrently. Our representation extends from counsel on appearances before the licensing agencies and in the criminal justice system. Let our attorneys guide you and help minimize a charges impact on your life and your career.
Minimizing The Consequences
The majority of charges can bring jail time but you may be able to avoid incarceration by successfully completing a drug treatment program. After completion, you would be placed on probation and have to remain clean. The sooner you can get off drugs, the better impression you will make in court.
Avoiding a felony conviction is an important part of any strategy. A felony conviction means more jail time and probation. And it will most likely cause you to forfeit any type of professional license that you hold as a doctor, lawyer or nurse.
Contact us to speak with an attorney in our office about your drug crime charge and how we can help. We offer a free initial consultation and accept all major credit cards. We are now located in Reynoldsburg, OH, and still have access to all central Ohio courts.