Orange County Drug Crime Lawyer
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Over the past several decades, drug crimes have been high on the list of
priorities for law enforcement, prosecutors, and others in the criminal
justice system. Law enforcement agencies - on both a local and federal
level - constantly deal with arresting and prosecuting drug offenders.
As such, they have become good at what they do.
At the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc., our criminal defense attorneys
have represented many clients charged with drug crimes. From minor offenses
like simple possession to serious felony and federal crimes like sales
or transportation, we work aggressively to secure the best possible results
for those we represent.
Charged with a drug crime? Learn more about your defense!
Call our firm for a FREE & confidential case review.
Drug Crime Cases We Handle
Our attorneys have decades of combined experience representing clients
charged with crimes in Orange County and surrounding Southern California
communities. We have the experience and skill to handle all types of drug
All cases are unique, and it is important to understand that the type of
substance involved, the specific offense, your criminal history, and other
unique factors will influence the charges and penalties you face. Our
attorneys offer personalized consultations to help you understand exactly
what you're up against and what we can do to help.
Pursuing Alternative Sentencing
Years after America's "War on Drugs" was first declared,
jails and prisons across the country became incredibly overburdened with
non-violent, low-level drug offenders. For many jurisdictions and states,
the War on Drugs failed to provide any meaningful benefits, and only served
to overburden our criminal justice system, unfairly target certain groups
of people, and harshly punish those who needed help most.
Today, local courts in Orange County are more willing to work with drug
crime defendants and attorneys to secure alternative sentencing options,
including options like
drug diversion or
Proposition 36. These alternative sentencing options can allow certain individuals accused
of non-violent drug crimes to attend counseling or education programs
instead of going to jail. Once completed, accused individuals can have
their records wiped clean.
Our team consistently evaluates all drug crime cases to determine whether
we can have drug charges dropped or dismissed. In some situations, pursuing
alternative sentencing options may be the best approach. We work with
our clients to provide our experienced counsel and opinions, and to steer
them in a direction that will best protect their rights, interests, and futures.
Learn More About Working With Our Defense Lawyers
If you or someone you know stands accused of a drug crime, do not hesitate
to call the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc. for a
free case evaluation. Our attorneys are standing by and are prepared to fully discuss your
case and rights!