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Elizabethtown Drug Charges Lawyers

Like any other crime, drug charges carry significant legal consequences that can follow you for years to come. Whether you or a loved one has been arrested for possession, distribution, trafficking or manufacturing, the laws in Kentucky are some of the harshest in the country.

To ensure you have the best possible defense, it’s important to secure representation from an attorney who understands the strategies the government will use to prosecute your case. At Dowan Law Offices, we use our years of experience to anticipate the opposition’s methods while protecting your rights against charges involving marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and prescription drugs.

Defense Against Felony And Misdemeanor Drug Charges

Building a successful defense starts with gathering all the facts. As your lawyers, we will listen as you share your side of the story, carry out investigations to gather evidence and testimony, all while determining whether the authorities violated your constitutional rights. In many cases, those charged with drug crimes have had their rights violated by overzealous police officers or other investigators who carried out illegal search and seizure.

Even if you have not been charged, but suspect that you are being investigated for drug-related crimes, securing representation now can help protect you moving forward. By preparing for trial from day one, we have a better chance of mitigating the charges, achieving an acquittal or dismissal, or preparing for an appeal.

Representing Clients In Elizabethtown And Throughout Kentucky

If you, your son or daughter, a friend or another loved one has been charged with a drug crime, securing representation from an attorney should be your top priority.

To schedule a free initial consultation, contact us and speak with attorney Noe regarding your options. We can be reached at 270-872-0911 or by completing our online contact form. Our office is conveniently located near the courthouse in Elizabethtown.