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Defending Your Rights Against Federal Narcotic Charges

Facing a federal narcotics charge is something that must be taken seriously. Sapone & Petrillo, LLP, has represented clients throughout New York who are dealing with these cases. The consequences could be severe. This includes jail time and big fines. Having a lawyer who will fight for you every step of the way is crucial. Your future depends on it. Our firm understands the weight drug offenses carry and will do everything we can to help.

Types Of Cases We Handle

We work with clients dealing with both international and domestic charges. Our team has defended those dealing with possession with intent to distribute, as well as distribution across the United States. This is a big claim due to the nature of the crime. Other cases include people who are charged with offenses that didn’t occur on land. Common examples include a boat or vessel in the high seas. After the United States intercepts it, it is automatically assumed that the United States will handle it.

We also deal with conspiracy crimes. Perhaps you are being accused of being a co-conspirator with someone who is in a different country. International crimes work differently than those that are committed on our own soil. From drug trafficking to manufacturing, we have faced the most complicated cases. Simply put, it is illegal to import, manufacture and distribute narcotics. If you are being suspected of these crimes, it is imperative that you speak with a skilled lawyer as soon as possible. We can examine your case and provide you with an honest assessment.

Seeking Experienced Guidance Is Crucial

Drug charges can have a major impact on all areas of your life. From your job to your family life and your reputation, we know what is on the line. Our team fights for those who need it most. Make sure you have someone you can trust in your corner throughout this process. We will do whatever we can to reach the best possible solution.

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