MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY
At Williams & O'Neal, P.S.C. we provide a thorough and aggressive defense for clients accused of drug related crimes. Our criminal defense attorneys, Jimmy Dale Williams and Randy Martin O'Neal, will challenge the prosecution by investigating any illegal search and seizures or other police misconduct, and by negotiating a reduction or dismissal of charges when possible. Our firm provides experienced representation of a drug charge at all levels.
Call Williams & O'Neal, P.S.C. today at 859-623-2000.
Drug Crimes Carry Serious Penalties
In Kentucky, drug charges carry serious consequences. Depending on a number of factors, a drug charge can be classified as either a misdemeanor or felony:
The amount of drugs
The type of drug
The circumstances surrounding the arrest
In many cases simply having a large amount of drugs in your possession can result in a charge of drug trafficking. Drug trafficking is usually a felony, and can be punishable by up to 10 years in prison. In addition to prison, you may also face significant fines and the loss of various civil rights if you are convicted.
Do not take a chance! If you have been arrested, charged, or are under investigation for drug charges contact a Richmond Kentucky drug defense lawyer before talking with police or prosecutors.
Have You Been Charged With Any of These Drug Crimes in Richmond, Kentucky?
Prescription drug fraud
Intent to sell controlled substances
No matter what crime you have been charged with, our criminal defense lawyers, Jimmy Dale Williams and Randy Martin O'Neal, will aggressively defend your rights. It is our goal to protect our clients by challenging the prosecution, thoroughly investigating the evidence, and presenting a compelling argument to the judge and/or jury on a client’s behalf, we provide the most thorough and effective criminal defense possible.
Our law firm represents clients in Madison County and Richmond, Kentucky, in cases involving the following drugs: marijuana, pot, hashish, cocaine and crack cocaine, methamphetamines (meth), barbiturates, and other stimulants, heroin, fentynal, prescription narcotics, including OxyContin, and other opiates and hallucinogens (LSD).