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Assertive Representation In State & Federal Court

Avoid adverse effects of drug charges with professional help

On Behalf of | May 10, 2018 | Drug Crimes

There is a common misconception that anyone arrested for committing a crime must have done it. After all, law enforcement agencies only arrest someone after they have gathered enough evidence. But, this is not always the case. As mentioned previously, not all evidence is credible and admissible. Additionally, arguments can be countered and stories discredited with the help of an experienced defense attorney.

Putting one’s case forward from the onset is essential though. Accusations and allegations of drug crimes have the potential to ruin someone’s life and reputation in an instant. Since Ohio is home to one of the cities that falls in the 100 most dangerous cities in the country, criminal charges carry serious penalties. Therefore, imprisonment, fines, penalties, license revocation and probation can follow a conviction. All of this can impact one’s ability to earn a living.

Lawyers at Arenstein & Gallagher recognize what is at stake for Ohio residents facing drug charges and other criminal charges and fight aggressively to protect their client’s reputations and rights. With more than 80 years of experience under their belt, not just in state court, but also federal court, they are aware of the tactics prosecuting lawyers use to bolster their case and know how to find weaknesses in their case.

We guide our clients along every step of the way and do what it takes to get them favorable results. However, acting quickly is essential in these situations, as evidence can get lost and eyewitness testimony tainted, if not gathered on time. For more on defending oneself against drug charges, visit our page.

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