Protecting Your Rights In Drug Crime Cases

Drug charges are very serious. If you have been accused of this type of crime, you probably already know about the consequences you could be facing. You probably already know that a conviction could result in jail time, large fines and a criminal record.

But do you know what to do to protect yourself against these consequences?

We do. We are the attorneys at the Law Offices of Dean & Barrett. We know exactly what steps to take to protect your rights. We are ready to stand by your side and get you through this.

Defending You Against Any Drug Charge

For more than 40 years, we have been protecting the rights of people in our community. We can represent people in Auburn, Opelika and the surrounding parts of Alabama, including students at Auburn University.

Our lawyers are ready to defend you against any misdemeanor or felony drug charge, including:

  • Drug possession, such as marijuana possession, meth possession or any other possession charge
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Drug trafficking
  • Selling drugs
  • Drug growing or manufacturing

You can be confident that our criminal law team will work tirelessly to overcome the opposition. We have helped countless people get through the same situation that you are in. We can help you.

College Students: We Can Protect Your Future

People convicted of a drug charge may face jail time, large fines and a mark on their permanent record. College students will face these consequences and more. College students may also find that a conviction could prevent them from continuing their education. They may also find that they are unable to pursue the career of their choice.

If you are a college student or the parent of a college student, we recommend that you turn to a law firm that understands how to protect the rights of college students. Get in touch with us.

Free Consultation About Drug Charge Defense For All People

We are ready to stand by your side and protect your rights. Please contact our Opelika drug charges lawyers today.