Drug Crimes

Criminal charges related to possession of a controlled substance, distribution, or intent to distribute can result in loss of reputation, career, and even personal liberty. Drug crimes are prosecuted aggressively in the Denver area.

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Drug crimes can be charged at the felony, misdemeanor, or municipal level. Schedule I narcotics like methamphetamine, ketamine, LSD, cocaine, and heroin are everywhere today, and it’s easy to underestimate how much trouble they can get you into. Felony drug possession, distribution, manufacture and sale charges are serious, and can affect all aspects of your life. The potential consequences include loss of liberty, loss of present and future employment, and damage to reputation.

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The McKinstry Law Firm has achieved excellent results in defending cases involving drug possession, distribution, manufacture, and sale. As a criminal defense lawyer in state courts, Mr. McKinstry’s priority is to ensure that your constitutional rights are protected and the burdens you face are minimized. The first line of defense deployed by Colorado's best criminal defense attorneys in many drug crime cases is the filing of motions to suppress evidence. Improper seizure, testing. handling and storage of evidence by drug crime investigators may result in dismissal of all charges, so you must rely on an aggressive and experienced drug charges attorney.

If the police or prosecuting attorneys violated your rights in any way while collecting evidence, Mr. McKinstry will fight to suppress that evidence and, when successful, this can lead to dismissal of the criminal charges. The government must follow the rules, no matter what the charge.

Contact The McKinstry Law firm for a free and confidential review of your drug possession or distribution charges in the Denver metro area.

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