While offenses such as possession of drug paraphernalia or possession of small amounts of marijuana may be characterized by police or prosecutors as minor crimes, that does not mean they are without long-term impact. You may be told that you are only facing a $100 fine and that there are no "real" consequences for a conviction. The fact of the matter is that these convictions may remain on your record permanently, and can have long-lasting and very "real" consequences for future schooling, housing and employment.
Having any type of drug charge on your criminal record can have a long-lasting impact on your education, career and ability to secure housing. Contact our drug trafficking and distribution defense lawyers online to learn how we can help.
Boulder Drug Trafficking and Distribution Attorneys
At Jurdem, LLC, our Colorado drug crime lawyers have extensive experience defending against drug charges, from possession of paraphernalia and marijuana on up to distribution of Ecstasy, cocaine and methamphetamine. Whether charged as a felony, misdemeanor or petty offense, drug offenses carry serious consequences and almost always raise a number of legal issues, from simple questions of whether the state can prove that a particular individual knowingly possessed a substance, to more complex questions such as whether your case should be dismissed because the police violated your constitutional right to be free from an unlawful search and seizure.
Our decades of combined experience and knowledge of the laws that pertain to drug charges allow us to mount the most effective legal defense possible and to minimize the impact that drug offenses can have on our clients' futures.
Proven Drug Crime Lawyers in Colorado
Aside from a potential sentence of probation, jail or possibly even prison, a drug conviction carries long-lasting consequences and will often overshadow a college education and an otherwise clean record for someone seeking housing, higher education or decent employment. An effective defense may spare you a conviction, or may allow you to petition to seal your record. Retaining Jurdem, LLC, as your defense team is the first step to take in doing everything possible to protect your record.
We can also assist you if you are facing federal charges and need to resolve issues surrounding the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act (COCCA).
Contact a Colorado Drug Trafficking and Distribution Attorney Today
For experienced legal counsel that can help you defend yourself against any drug-related offense, turn to Jurdem, LLC, in Boulder. Call 303-800-3509 or toll free at 877-761-7852 or simply contact our Colorado law firm online for a free initial consultation with one of our exceptional drug crime attorneys. We accept major credit cards for our clients' convenience.