If you’ve been charged with a drug crime, you are facing a serious criminal offense. Depending on the amount and type of drug, you are facing large fines and years in prison.
At the St. Charles law office of Flesner Wentzel, our attorneys do everything in our power to fight your charges and get you the best possible outcome.
Effective Defense Against Criminal Drug Charges
At Flesner Wentzel, we help our clients resolve their criminal charges in the most efficient and effective manner possible.
We aren’t afraid of the courtroom, and we will make the prosecution work hard to prove its case against you. Our attorneys prepare every case as if trial were inevitable. Because we are so well-prepared, we are often able to obtain better plea bargain offers from the prosecution. However, if the prosecution doesn’t offer a fair deal, we will fight for our clients’ rights in court.
At Flesner Wentzel, we put our clients’ interests first. We won’t push expensive litigation when a beneficial plea agreement has been offered, and we won’t force you to accept a plea deal that isn’t in your best interests.
When building your defense, our attorneys examine every aspect of your criminal charge and the circumstances surrounding your arrest, including:
The validity of search warrants
Whether Miranda warnings were properly given
Whether there was probable cause to stop and search you
Improper interrogation techniques
Use of informants
If your constitutional rights were violated in any way, we will fight to have evidence thrown out and your case dismissed.
St. Louis Drug Possession Charge Lawyers
At Flesner Wentzel, we have successfully defended clients against a wide range of drug-related criminal charges, including:
Prescription drug fraud
Depending on the amount and type of drugs involved, drug users may be charged with the sale of drugs. At Flesner Wentzel, we help get our clients’ charges reduced from drug sales and distribution to possession.
Our lawyers also represent individuals who have been charged with prescription drug fraud. If you keep your prescription medications in a pill box, or in any container other than the one given to you by the pharmacy, police can charge you with a drug crime.
Contact St. Charles drug crime defense lawyers of Flesner Wentzel at 636-442-4529. Consultations are free. Se habla Español.