Missouri Law Harsh Toward Those Convicted of Possession of Drugs
Dec. 20, 2015
There are various possible outcomes for those convicted of drug-related crimes in Missouri. A person convicted of possession of drugs may be sentenced to prison, penalized with substantial monetary fines and/or forced to forfeit any number of personal assets. It is typically beneficial to retain legal assistance in such matters so that an experienced attorney can act on your behalf in court.
The Law Office of Gregory N. Smith is prepared to craft a strong defense in light of the charges you now face. A clear understanding of the law allows a thorough investigation to determine whether any of your personal rights have been violated at any stage of the criminal process. Being charged with a crime, however, does not necessarily mean that you will be convicted.
You have the right to seek clarification as to what legal options are available to you. The Law Office of Gregory N. Smith is dedicated to helping you obtain as positive an outcome as possible. It is important to remember that you do not have to answer any questions set forth by law enforcement agents or court officials until you have had an opportunity to consult with an attorney.
Whether the charges you are facing are related to possession of drugs, manufacturing and distribution of drugs or illegal drug sales, Mr. Smith can come to your defense in court. He is also experienced in representing juveniles who have been charged with drug-related crimes. Many times, children of minor ages and their parents or legal guardians are not fully aware of their personal rights and how they may apply to a legal situation at hand. Anyone with questions or concerns about such matters can contact The Law Office of Gregory N. Smith in Missouri to arrange for consultation.