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There are many types of serious drug crimes

Simply put, any type of drug charge is one that can change your life forever. Fortunately, just because you are charged with a crime does not mean that you will be convicted. With the right approach, you can put this in the past.

Here is a short list of some of the many types of serious drug crimes:

-- Drug possession. This can include any type of illegal drug, including but not limited to cocaine, heroin, and marijuana. Furthermore, you could also be arrested for the illegal possession of prescription drugs.

-- Drug trafficking. As the name implies, this is when you are charged with selling and distributing illegal drugs.

-- Drug manufacturing. Were you charged with manufacturing drugs, such as in your home? This is one of the more serious types of drug crime.

-- Prescription fraud. This is when a person writes a fraudulent prescription, such as in an attempt to obtain painkillers.

At our law firm, we have represented people charged with every type of serious drug crime. With so much knowledge and experience, we're able to devise and implement the right defense strategy.

A drug crime is nothing to take lightly. Regardless of the charges brought against you, there is no time to hesitate. You must learn more about your situation, including the potential punishment if convicted. From there, focus on implementing a defense strategy that puts you in the best possible position. By taking all the right steps at the right time, you'll feel better about your ability to put your arrest in the past.

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