Concord Trial Attorneys

Facing Drug Charges? We Can Help

No matter the severity of the charge, facing a criminal charge is a serious situation. With regard to drug crimes, an accused offender could face serious penalties, especially if they are charged with a felony. And, while it might appear like authorities have a strong case against you based on the evidence that they collected, this does not mean defendants cannot assert a strong defense. It is possible to poke holes in the state’s case, providing defendants with the opportunity to reduce or dismiss the charges against them.

At Brannen & Walker, Attorneys at Law, our lawyers understand that facing drug charges is a difficult predicament to be in. Nonetheless, we understand the valuable role a criminal defense can play; thus, we are dedicated to serving accused offenders in the Concord area initiate an aggressive defense action.

Whether you seek to negotiate a plea, assert a defense or exercise your right to appeal a final decision, our skilled attorneys are available to help you meet your goals and needs throughout the defense process. We know the importance of understanding the charges you face and the possible penalties they could entail. Thus, we begin our representation by ensuring our clients are fully aware of the details of their case. This is the best way to determine which defense strategies to consider and pursue.

Whether you are facing charges for drug possession, possession with the intent to distribute, drug trafficking, drug manufacturing or cultivation, possession of drug paraphernalia or maintaining a dwelling for the purpose of keeping or selling drugs, we have the skills to assess the evidence used against you. This helps us understand if any and all evidence was properly collected. If a defendant’s Fourth Amendment right was violated by an unlawful search and seizure, we will work aggressively to suppress evidence that was illegally obtained.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s website. Whether you think you have a good chance or not at a defense, anyone accused of a crime has the right to assert a defense. Therefore, it is in your best interests to understand what options are available to you.