The Tough And Exceedingly Proven Defense You Need When Facing Minnesota Drug Crime Charges
Depending on the aggravating factors, Minnesota drug charges can be either misdemeanors or felonies. Any drug crime charge, if you are convicted, can mean that you will have a permanent blemish on your criminal record. This can affect your ability to secure housing, a job, loans, scholarships and even your right to carry a firearm for the rest of your life.
Depending on the substance, even a trace amount can constitute a felony charge. Additionally, a second felony drug charge in 10 years results in a presumptive mandatory period of incarceration.
Mitigate The Negative Fallout After A Charge
Drug cases also present opportunities to mitigate consequences not present with other charges. With the completion of probation for a first-time offense, one may completely avoid conviction. Even for felonies, reduction to a misdemeanor may be present. If we are not able to get a case dismissed or come to an acceptable plea agreement, we are ready to try the case to a judge or jury. We have the proven experience to let prosecutors know that they are in for a fight.
No matter what the perceived severity of the charge, skilled and proven criminal defense counsel will defend not only your rights, but also work to protect your financial health and future opportunities.
Over 7,000 Successful Trials
Our attorneys at Johnson Brothers Law are ready to bring more than 30 years of experience in thousands of cases to aggressively defend against charges related to:
• Drug sales or possession
• Possession with intent to distribute
• Methamphetamine manufacture
• Obtaining a prescription by fraud
• Possession of drug paraphernalia
Do not trust your case to an attorney who does not have the extensive experience necessary to offer proven defense. Instead, turn to the team with the reputation, record and resources to provide proven defense.
Take Decisive Action To Protect Your Future
As with all serious criminal cases, decisive action is key. We encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible to begin protecting your rights today.