DRUG CHARGES- SERVING CLIENTS IN KENTUCKY AND OHIO
If you or someone you know has been charged with a drug charge, including possession, trafficking, manufacturing, cultivation, or intent to sell, call us today. Pugh & Roach has experience defending drug charges throughout Northern Kentucky, including Kenton, Boone, Campbell, Grant, and Pendleton Counties. We will investigate the charges, collect discovery, perform our own records requests, consult with experts if necessary, and determine whether there are any suppression issues in your case. This type of diligent work can lead to suppression of evidence and either a reduction in the charges or dismissal.
We will agressively defend you from any drug charges. These cases are extremely fact dependent and include the amount of drugs, the type of drugs, circumstances around the arrest, testing of substances, chain of custody, failure to follow procedures leading to invalidated tests, and many other factors. A second charge of Trafficking in the First Degree can lead to a prison sentence of 10 - 20 years and punitive fines.
Whether you have been charged with possession of marijuana, pot, cannabis, cbd, cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, opium, methamphetamine (aka meth, ice, or crystal), barbituates, prescription drugs without a prescription, MDMA (a.k.a. molly or ecstasy) , LSD (a.k.a. acid), magic mushrooms, or any other controlled substance, contact us today. Do not speak to the police and exercise your right to stay silent under the Fifth Amendment and your right to an attorney under the Sixth Amendment.
If you have never had a felony prior to your first drug charge, you may be eligible for felony diversion. Diversion will allow you to have your drug charge expunged if you successfully complete the program. We can help you navigate the legal system in these stressful situations. We have the best interest of our clients in mind. Call and set up your free consultation today! (No fixed time limit and can be conducted over the phone immediately or schedule a face-to-face consultation)