Drug Offenses Attorney
Being charged with a drug crime is one of the most serious offenses that you can face. You should not face these charges alone; the prosecution will have an entire team dedicated to collecting and presenting evidence against you, so you need someone on your side who can even the odds for you.
During his nearly 18 years of legal practice, Sal has worked hard to be the strong presence and effective advocate that his clients need. He draws upon both his legal experience and his background as a member of various Louisiana law enforcement agencies to help you fight your drug charges. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact Sal online or by calling his office.
Sal can help with your defense against drug charges involving a variety of substances such as:
In addition, Sal remains current on the ever-expanding list of substances that are not allowed to be in your system if you are driving and that can lead to a DWI.
Some of the typical charges that Sal defends his clients against include:
Prescription drugs are now being sold and traded more than illegal drugs, and every day more people are being charged with crimes related to prescription medication. Even in cases where you have been prescribed medication by a doctor, an officer might arrest you for possessing a substance such as OxyContin without giving you an opportunity to prove that you were legally prescribed the medication. You need an experienced lawyer to help you fight these charges and get your record expunged.
If you have been charged with possessing an illegal drug or controlled substance, you should speak to an experienced defense attorney as soon as possible. Prosecutors work diligently to convict alleged drug offenders, so you need someone on your side who will level the playing field and fight on your behalf.
At Brocato Law Firm, PLC, Mr. Brocato has significant experience as both a police officer and a defense attorney. This experience allows Sal to analyze your case through multiple lenses and to catch mistakes made by the arresting officer or the prosecution. Sal has built a reputation for providing aggressive, ethical defense representation that gets results.
Many factors go into drug possession cases, including the type of drug, the amount seized by police officers, whether the drug was possessed with the intention to sell and if a person has any prior drug-related convictions.
Discuss your case with Sal today if you are charged with the crime of possessing or distributing:
Drug crimes are taken very seriously by the state of Louisiana, and a conviction could impact you for many years down the road. It is important to have an attorney on your side who knows the law, who can determine if the police had authority to search you or your belongings and who will be available should any questions or concerns arise.
Addiction or abuse of prescription drugs has become an epidemic in Louisiana. However, even though they may be legally possessed through a prescription, you could still end up being arrested and could face serious penalties. At Brocato Law Firm, PLC, you will find an experienced, aggressive advocate who will protect your rights and personally handle every aspect of your case.
If you have been charged with a prescription-drug-related crime, contact Sal’s office online today. You may also call his southern Louisiana law firm to schedule your free initial consultation.
Possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) is a felony in Louisiana. So, if you are arrested for possession and/or distribution of prescription drugs, you will need an attorney who will fight for your rights. In some instances just providing a valid prescription to the prosecuting authority could resolve the case. In other instances, however, this will not be sufficient, especially if the prescription is dated or there are other circumstances surrounding the case.
Speak to Sal today if you are charged with a prescription drug crime involving:
To schedule a free initial consultation with drug crimes attorney Sal Brocato, contact him through his online form or call him.
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