Scranton Drug Crime Lawyer
Cocaine is the most widely abused drug in Pennsylvania, and more drug offenses involve this controlled substance than any other type of drug. Both powdered cocaine and crack cocaine are readily available throughout the state, and as a result many individuals are charged with drug offenses as a result.
Cocaine possession, cocaine trafficking, cocaine sales, and cocaine manufacturing are the types of charges most often placed against people in Scranton & Wilkes-Barre. If you or someone you care about has been charged with a drug crime involving cocaine, it is important to immediately contact a lawyer.
Possession of smaller amounts of cocaine (without intent to sell or distribute) will typically be charged as a misdemeanor offense, which is punishable by 1 year in jail and/or $5,000 in fines for first time offenders. Repeat or subsequent offenders could face increased penalties of 3 years in jail and/or $25,000 in fines. Cocaine sale may be charged as a felony and could result in 15 years in prison or $250,000 in fines. Individuals selling cocaine to minors may face double these penalties.
Defense for Cocaine Charges
At Rogan Law, we provide aggressive representation to individuals facing criminal charges from cocaine related offenses, and when you choose our firm to represent you, a skilled lawyer will be assigned to your case and will thoroughly examine all the details surrounding your charges. Individuals who retain a lawyer's help have a much better chance of overcoming their cocaine charges than those who don't. Unfortunately, many people choose not to hire an attorney because they feel as if there is too much evidence against them.
We urge you to not lose hope, and by hiring a lawyer from our firm you may be surprised to learn that there are ways of defending you against cocaine charges, even if there is evidence against you. Contact our firm today for a consultation.
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