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Federal Drug Trafficking And Conspiracy

The Knowledge You Need From Veteran Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

Federal drug crimes, including trafficking and conspiracy, often carry mandatory minimum sentencing. A conviction will therefore result in time in prison, sometimes lasting for years or even decades.

If you are charged with a federal drug violation, your situation can be grim. We can help you understand your charges, your options and protect you in a criminal justice system that may not result in a fair outcome unless you proactively assert your rights.

You can be charged with federal drug trafficking simply on the basis of the amount of an illegal substance law enforcement claims was in your possession. You do not need to be actively selling any drugs to be charged with trafficking. Any time you are dealing with a substantial amount of an illegal substance, particularly heroin, cocaine and methamphetamines, you could be facing trafficking charges. Similarly, federal drug conspiracy charges can come about any time two or more people commit, or plan to commit together, a violation of a federal drug law.

You Need A Lawyer With Experience

When faced with such life-altering penalties, including the potential for significant time incarcerated, you need the benefit of a veteran trial attorney who understands federal court investigations and procedures. At Breeding Carter, our attorneys have taken numerous federal criminal cases to trial, with successful results for our clients. Our attorneys have argued before federal appeals courts, and even submitted briefs on behalf of our criminal defense clients on issues argued before the U.S. Supreme Court.

We know state and federal court. If a trial is the right option for you, we can argue persuasively in court. We also explore all legal options for our clients – whatever the appropriate course for you, we will be dedicated to helping you minimize potential penalties.

For A Tailored Legal Defense, Call Us Today

At the Breeding Carter, office in Knoxville, Tennessee, your case will begin with a thorough evaluation of all of the facts and circumstances surrounding your arrest and subsequent charges. Based on our experience, we can provide you with potential outcomes and the best legal options available to you moving forward.

We thoroughly believe in our clients’ constitutional protections, meaning if any evidence was obtained in violation of your right to be free from unreasonable search and seizures, we will argue aggressively to have that evidence thrown out of court.

You can schedule your initial consultation by calling 865-670-8535, or reach us confidentially here.