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West Bend Lawyers Building A Strong Defense Against Drug Charges

In today’s society, drugs can be easily accessed by almost anyone with a connection. Unfortunately, that also means that drug crimes are on the rise. Charges related to possession, selling, manufacturing and trafficking marijuana, heroin and crack cocaine are common. Prescription drug abuse is also on the rise. Few addictions have proliferated like those connected to OxyContin, Codeine and Valium.

If you were arrested and are facing conviction for drug charges, it is important to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney who has handled these types of cases. Mayer Law Office, LLC, has more than 25 years of experience helping clients favorably resolve their legal matters.

Understanding Washington County Drug Possession Charges

Our attorneys understand that the legal issues related to drug crimes are only part of the picture. Our legal team takes the time to understand each client’s situation and individual circumstances. If addiction is something an individual struggles with, the lawyers work with that person to find a treatment program that can help meet their needs.

They take the time to learn about each person’s background and the steps that led to the situation they are currently in. One of the first things our criminal defense attorneys do is thoroughly explain the process to clients. This includes explaining the charges and defining any terminology that may be confusing.

If a person is facing charges for abuse of prescription drugs, Mayer Law Office, LLC, investigates where misunderstandings may have occurred:

  • Was the prescription in an unmarked bottle?
  • Did the charged person think they were taking something else?
  • Do they have a valid prescription for the drugs?

Understanding these details can help the attorneys build a strong defense. If you are facing drug charges, contact an experienced West Bend drug charge attorney to protect your rights. Mayer Law Office, LLC, can be reached online or by calling 888-707-0085.