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Arizona Drug Offenses Defense Attorney

It is no secret that Arizona has some of the harshest drug laws in the country for both possession and sales. If convicted of a drug crime one can face serious jail time as well as monetary fines up to $150,000.

For example, possession with the intent to sell less than two pounds of marijuana is a class 4 felony punishable by a minimum sentence of 1 year and a maximum sentence of 3.75 years.

When facing these types of life altering consequences, do you really want to leave your future in the hands of an inexperienced defense team?

The husband and wife team at the Nolan Law Firm will work tirelessly on your behalf to make sure you face the least amount of jail time and monetary loss as possible.

Arizona Drug Possession Crimes

A person charged with the mere possession of any amount of narcotic (cocaine, heroin, opium, morphine, oxycodone, etc.) or dangerous drug (LSD, ecstasy, methamphetamines, steroids, hallucinogenic mushrooms, GHB, mescaline, clonazepam, lorazepam,) can face life consequences including jail time, paralyzing fines and the often unshakable stigma of having a drug crime on your permanent record.

Arizona Drug Sales Crimes

As strict as the possession laws are in Arizona, the penalties for selling drugs are infinitely higher. Possessing narcotics for sale is a Class 2 felony and carries a potential sentence of up to 5 years in prison.Possessing a dangerous drug for sale is a Class 5 felony under Arizona drug laws, and carries a sentence of up to 1 ½ years in prison.

Intent to distribute methamphetamine has even stricter sentencing as you will not be eligible for a suspension of your sentence, probation, or parole.

When facing these types of consequences a person should have the most trusted and experienced criminal defense attorney on their side. Todd Nolan is a Criminal Law Specialist who has the expertise, drive, ethics and dedication to make sure you are treated fairly within the confines of the judicial system.

Chapter 34 of the criminal code governs the numerous types of drug related offenses.  the consequences for drug offenses can be extreme. You need an experienced, aggressive Arizona criminal defense attorney if you find yourself charged with any of the following or any other drug offense. Don’t wait! call us today!

Contact an Arizona drug offenses defense attorney today.

If you have been involved in a drug related offense contact The Husband and Wife Team who will fight for your rights. As experienced Arizona criminal defense attorneys, including our Criminal Law Specialist, Todd E. Nolan, the criminal defense attorneys at the Nolan Law Firm know that experience, fight, work ethic, and integrity are the keys to successfully defending clients in any type of criminal case. There are no substitutes. When your future is on the line call the experts at The Nolan Law Firm.

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