Defending Against Possession With Intent To Distribute
Defending against drug charges, particularly charges of drug distribution, is no easy matter. There is often a great deal of evidence against the accused, from wiretap evidence to firsthand testimony from the police who conducted an undercover sting operation. An attorney needs to be able to attack the evidence and, if nothing else, find some way to mitigate the charges in order to achieve a positive outcome. Trial may be necessary. At Beckdefense, we aggressively defend against these serious charges.
With more than 35 years of combined experience on our side, we know the importance of building every case for trial in order to get positive results. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact us online, or call 251-517-0964 or toll free at 866-935-0465.
Every Drug Distribution Case Is Different
To be effective, an attorney must be able to adapt quickly to a wide range of situations. Some trafficking cases may be fairly straightforward. A person can be accused of drug trafficking simply for distributing excess Oxycodone pills from his or her own prescription. Some are extremely complex. A person may be accused of possession with intent to distribute and drug conspiracy after being found with 500 pounds of marijuana in the trunk of a car that the person had borrowed from a friend. Perhaps guns were found in the car as well.
We have experience in all types of state and federal drug trafficking cases, from the most straightforward to those that have many layers of complexity. You can be confident in our ability to defend you, no matter what situation you have found yourself in.
Our Reputation in Drug Trafficking Cases Speaks For Itself
Founding lawyer John W. Beck has been listed in the Best Lawyers of America. He is one of the few criminal defense lawyers in Alabama to receive this honor. Your drug trafficking case will be handled by one of our highly experienced attorneys.
Baldwin County Possession With Intent To Distribute Attorney
We answer our phones 24/7. Throughout your case, you will always have access to the support you need. To speak with an experienced Mobile and Baldwin County drug trafficking lawyer, contact us online, or call 251-517-0964 or toll free at 866-935-0465.