Tennessee Drug Attorneys Drug cases may be prosecuted in both state and federal court and range from simple possession misdemeanors to serious felonies where defendants face a mandatory life sentence. Regardless of the drug charge you face, it is important to realize that any criminal drug conviction has the potential to affect your life far into the future.
Contact a Tennesee Drug Lawyer today at 615-651-7476 to schedule a free initial consultation today.
In recent years, OxyContin abuse has been a major problem in the United States. Prescribed as a pain medication for those suffering from serious disease and injury, OxyContin contains the highly addictive narcotic, oxycodone. When taken outside the purview of a medical practitioner’s monitoring or when used for any other purpose than as prescribed, OxyContin is illegal. If you are facing charges for illegal possession or intent to sell/distribute OxyContin, it is of utmost importance that you seek legal advice from a Tennessee OxyContin lawyer. With years of success representing those accused of drug crimes, our Nashville OxyContin attorneys are well prepared to help you fight the charges you face.
At the law office of Haymaker and Heroux, P.C. we have represented clients in drug cases at both the state and federal level. Handling everything from multi-kilo cocaine cases to marijuana possession, we have a vast amount of experience dealing with drug cases; in fact, almost 70% of the cases we work on are drug related. We are very aware that in state court, a drug case can be indicted federally where a defendant will face stiffer consequences—and we do what we can to prevent that from happening.
If you are facing charges for a Tennessee meth offense, OxyContin offense or any other drug offense, it is imperative that you hire a criminal defense lawyer who not only knows the law, but understands the way the law applies to your specific situation. At the law office of Haymaker and Heroux, P.C., we are intimately acquainted with methamphetamine law and others related to specific drug crimes. We also know how the system works and will use suppression hearings to prohibit the prosecution from using evidence gained in violation of your constitutional rights. Our knowledge has allowed us to represent hundreds of individuals facing various drug charges across the state. Put our knowledge and experience to work for you by contacting us today at 615-651-7476.