Charged With A Drug Crime In Minneapolis?
Criminal drug charges can be confusing. A lot of rumors, myths and false information can be found on the internet and from friends. Don’t give up your rights or your future based on bad information, frustration, confusion or fear. Law enforcement officers are committed to identifying, arresting and convicting those who are engaged in the illegal drug trade.
As a result, criminal drug cases in Minnesota can become complicated very early on in the proceedings. Once criminal charges are filed in your case, seek help from a criminal defense lawyer who can represent you aggressively. Martin Law Offices, PLLC, will fight for you.
Defense Against Any Type Of Drug Charge
Whether this is your first time facing drug crime charges, you need an aggressive defense attorney on your side to lessen the blow. For many of Mr. Martin’s clients, this is their first encounter with the law and they are afraid of going to jail. If you are going through hard times and are selling drugs for money or have a drug addiction, then your sentence should be focused on rehabilitation and not punishment. Many law-abiding citizens find themselves in trouble with the law at one point or another, but attorney Martin can help you get back on track.
At Martin Law Offices, PLLC, you can find high-quality defense against all types of drug crimes, including:
- Drug possession
- Drug sales
- Drug distribution
- Drug manufacturing
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Drug trafficking
No matter what drug crime you may be facing, attorney Matthew Martin can fight to clear your name. Mr. Martin has had great success with both misdemeanor and felony drug cases in the past, and he will do everything in his power to get your charges dismissed.
Drug Crime Classifications In Minnesota
When it comes to drug sentencing in Minnesota, the charges are broken down into five possible categories, or degrees. First-degree charges carry the harshest penalties. The penalties for the various drug classifications are as follows:
- First degree – possible 30-year prison sentence and up to $1 million in fines
- Second degree – possible 25-year prison sentence and up to $500,000 in fines
- Third degree – possible 20-year prison sentence and up to $250,000 in fines
- Fourth degree – possible 15-year prison sentence and up to $100,000 in fines
- Fifth degree – possible 5-year prison sentence and up to $10,000 in fines
Read About Past Case Victories
This firm has a successful track record when it comes to drug crimes and other criminal offenses. Experience makes a difference, and attorney Martin has the litigation skills and the courtroom experience to help you reach a favorable outcome. See for yourself! Check out some of the previous drug crime cases that he has handled.
Call Today For Experienced Representation
Are you facing drug charges? If you or someone you know has been accused of drug possession, drug manufacturing, drug distribution or any other type of drug crime, then take immediate legal action. Contact Martin Law Offices, PLLC, today for a free case evaluation. Simply call 612-351-1787 or reach out online.