Facing drug charges means that you are also facing possible impacts to other aspects of your life. You should consider all of the possibilities when you are trying to decide what you are going to do for your defense. We understand that this is a stressful time, but we are here to help determine what options you might have.
You may be interested in learning how the quantity and type of drugs you are accused of having might impact your case. This is an important consideration, especially if there are questions about these aspects of the case. We can answer these questions so that you can make decisions based on the unique circumstances of your case.
It is sometimes possible for us to work out a way to resolve your case without having to go through the trial phase. This is possible if you are willing to consider the possibility of drug court, a plea deal or certain other possibilities. Of course, these aren't appropriate in every case. Instead, most of these options are only a good idea if you acknowledge that you did what you are accused of doing but want to have some control over the sentence you will face.
Ultimately, you have to decide what you feel is best for you. We are here to guide you and help you to evaluate the defense options that you have. You should make sure that you think about how each option will help you or harm you before you make a potentially life-changing decision.