Drug Charges Can Be Felony-Level
Across the country, many drugs are either banned or restricted. If you are caught with these drugs, it can lead to a possession charge. Or, more seriously, you may end up facing a possession with intent to distribute or sell. If you or your loved one are facing this, you need help from a lawyer immediately.
Guarding Your Rights At Trial
My name is Andy Coffey. I have been practicing criminal defense for more than two decades, turning my passion for defending people into my livelihood with the establishment of Andrew M. Coffey, P.A.. I help clients who are facing serious drug charges, including possession with intent to sell. This is a charge often added to general possession of drugs by prosecutors if the individual has more than a certain amount of drug in their possession. Some common drugs involved in possession charges are:
Facing this type of charge can be daunting. You may wonder how anyone can help get the prosecutor to back down. As a board-certified trial specialist, I am an aggressive advocate for my clients in the courtroom and am able to design strategic defenses that work. Whether that means questioning law enforcement’s actions toward you, such as an illegal search and seizure, or their methodology, I will work to get the charges reduced or better yet, dismissed.
Contact The Firm Today
With any criminal charge, it is important to talk to an attorney as soon as possible or risk wasting time. To speak with me, please call my office at 954-406-9272 or send me an online message. I will respond as promptly as I can, and we can set up a time to talk.