Strong Defense Strategies Against Drug Charges

When it comes to drug crimes in Virginia, there are no "minor" drug charges, and drug crime defense by an experienced lawyer is imperative to avoiding a lengthy jail or prison sentence, and criminal record.

Turn To Our Lawyers For Insightful Drug Offense Defense

As former Loudoun County prosecutors who have dealt with hundreds of drug offenses, we have keen insight into drug laws, viable defense strategies, and the full range of alternative and diversionary sentencing options worth pursuing. Attorneys Robert D. Anderson and Stephanie G. Troxell have wide-ranging legal and professional experience handling a variety of criminal offenses, and take a nonjudgmental, productive approach to getting you real help and a second chance.

Prepared To Deal Effectively With Your Possession, Distribution Or Other Drug-Related Charges

Even first-time offenders charged with possession of small amounts of marijuana can receive significant penalties in Virginia — and marijuana possession is one of very few misdemeanor drug offenses on the books. If you are charged with the sale, cultivation or transport of more than a half ounce of pot, you may be facing a felony charge and potentially up to 30 years in prison. Marijuana convictions provide a six-month driver's license suspension.

Experience With Cases Involving Marijuana, Cocaine, Prescription Drugs And Other Substances

Simple possession of a Schedule 1, 2 and 3 controlled substances — everything from cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine to Ecstasy and all types of prescription painkillers like OxyContin — is a felony offense. Sale, distribution, transport and prescription fraud are all offenses that could send you to prison and could irreparably damage your future.

A first drug offense is serious both as to possible punishment and the record of the defendant. Flexibility is reduced with subsequent charges and the costs can be substantial.

Contact Our Law Office And Learn How We Can Help

We are empathetic to all your concerns and priorities. Our office is a trusted resource for people who want treatment, need a bond motion filed to be released from jail, or have been charged while visiting the Leesburg area or elsewhere in Northern Virginia.

Call 703-297-4455 or 866-752-1706, or complete our online contact form.