When you have been arrested for a drug crime, it can seem as if there is no way out. Perhaps the police found drugs in your car. Now you’re in handcuffs and you have been persuaded to confess. You know that North Carolina’s drug laws carry severe punishments, and you are appropriately fearful of going to jail. However, even in situations as dire as this, there are defenses available to you. You may be able challenge the legality of the stop. You can seek to have the confession thrown out. You can beat your charges. At Law Office of Anthony R. Morrow, our attorneys work tirelessly to keep clients out of prison.
Our attorneys are dedicated to providing aggressive legal representation for people charged with drug-related offenses in North Carolina. We have defended clients accused of all types of state and federal drug crimes, including:
Your constitutional rights are our top priority, and we are committed to analyzing every aspect of your case to find defenses against the accusations. We are not afraid to ask the tough questions that will get results for you:
The answers to these questions can make all the difference in the outcome of your case, and decide whether you will be spending your nights in a prison cell or with your family at home. By challenging the prosecution at every turn, we provide the best defense for your money. By treating our clients with the utmost respect, we ensure that you are heard and that your rights are not disregarded.
Every good drug defense begins with a good client, and a good client is one who is well-informed. Here are three pieces of important and useful information to remember when you are dealing with the police:
Our attorneys fight hard to obtain a positive resolution to your case.
If you have been charged with a drug crime, your future is on the line. Let the attorneys at Law Office of Anthony R. Morrow zealously represent your interests in court and help you take back your life. Call us today at 828-919-9590 or contact us online to set up a consultation at our Rutherfordton, North Carolina office.