Drug Trafficking


Drug Trafficking Lawyer in Chicago

 

The Seriousness of Drug Trafficking Offenses

 

Drug trafficking is generally considered the most serious of all drug crimes. The term “trafficking” refers to the manufacture and distribution/delivery of illegal drugs, and it can carry extremely steep penalties depending on circumstances surrounding the crime, such as the amount and type of drug found and the criminal history of the accused. Trafficking is charged as a felony and penalties may include very steep fines (potentially in the millions of dollars) and mandatory incarceration.

 

If you are facing drug trafficking charges, it is absolutely imperative that you contact a Chicago criminal defense lawyer right away. You should not face this situation on your own. At our firm, we have the experience and skill you should look for in your criminal defense counsel. Our team includes former prosecutors who have handled thousands of cases. We regularly appear in courtrooms throughout the Chicago area and in the surrounding counties. Our familiarity with local judges, prosecutors and court personnel, as well as our experience with both sides of legal proceedings, enables us to seek better results for our clients. We are ready to fight for you!

 

Have you been arrested for drug trafficking in Chicago?

 

Mandatory minimum sentencing laws in trafficking cases have made it far more difficult to bargain for a reduced sentence. Because of this, it is more important than ever for those charged with trafficking to retain the services of an attorney who can provide them with an aggressive defense in their case. Our lawyers have been aggressively defending clients in their drug cases for years, and we have handled all manner of cases in that time, from trafficking to simple possession to sales.
Your initial consultation is completely free and always confidential. Contact a Chicago drug trafficking attorney at our firm today so we can begin protecting your future!

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