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Helping you understand rights and options after drug charges

On Behalf of | Jun 15, 2017 | Drug Charges

Facing criminal allegations is a tough predicament to be in. Individuals in Minnesota facing drug charges might be under the impression that they have little to no options fighting evidence collected against them. However, there are a wide variety of defense routes available to those accused of drug crimes. Challenging evidence is a mechanism that could help defendants reduce or even dismiss the charges against them.

Whether this is your first drug charge or not, it is imperative to understand that you have rights afforded to you. At the Mankey Law Office, our experienced legal team is dedicated to helping our clients understand their rights and that they have real options available to them that could reduce or eliminate the penalties and hardships caused by a drug charge.

Our attorneys are well versed in the laws related to drug crimes, and we have the skills and resources necessary to review every detail and aspect of your case. This helps our law firm determine if any constitutional rights have been violated. Whether it is an illegal stop, evidence collected subsequent to an illegal stop or the failure to comply with search-and-seizure requirements. Addressing these issues could result in suppressed evidence, helping a defendant reduce or dismiss the charges against them.

Whether you are charged with a marijuana offense, cocaine offense, drug trafficking, drug possession, federal drug offenses or prescription drug charges, our attorneys understand what is best for our clients. That means explaining what options are available and what steps could help our client with the best possible outcome. That means that going to trial is not always the best options. In some cases, negotiation and plea bargains could help meet the best interests of the client.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s drug charges website. Our goal is to help our clients protect their rights and understand how they could achieve the best possible outcome by initiating a criminal defense.

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