Felony Drug Crime Defense Lawyer
Felony Charges Are No Joke
Any drug charge is a serious matter, but a drug-related felony conviction can change your life in undesirable ways. In addition to the possibility of large fines and time in jail or prison, a felony can impact your ability to get a job and lead to other difficulties in the future. For this reason, it is crucial for you to have strong El Dorado County criminal defense representation if you are facing felony drug charges.
Violations involving some drugs, often known as "wobblers," can be prosecuted as either misdemeanors or felonies, while other offenses, like those involving sales, manufacturing, or cultivation, tend to incur severe prosecution. For over a decade, I have handled drug cases involving marijuana (including medical marijuana), meth, Ecstasy, cocaine, and prescription drugs like Vicodin, Valium and OxyContin.
Aggressive, Strategic Defense Representation
At the Law Offices of Rachel D. Miller in Placerville, California, I provide aggressive, strategic defense representation in drug felony cases.
If you want a lawyer with extensive experience, I can help you protect your rights and fight for your interests if you have been accused of:
- Sale or possession with intent to sell
- Possession of a large volume of a controlled substance
- Trafficking or transportation
- Manufacture or "cooking" of meth
- Prescription drug fraud or distribution
Various defensive strategies can be used, depending on the circumstances. In some cases, felony charges can be negotiated down to misdemeanors. Sometimes, treatment options may be available. Every case is different, so make sure you obtain qualified legal advice before choosing a course of action.
Contact Me Today to Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation
Searching for a Placerville criminal defense attorney for drug charges in El Dorado County? Call me, attorney Rachel D. Miller, at (530) 491-4630 for a free consultation. I will help you understand your legal rights and your options for defending yourself against the charges.