Stand Against Your Drug Charges

Throughout the country and here in Pennsylvania, law enforcement officials are becoming more and more aggressive in their handling of drug cases. Even a small amount of drugs found on a person can leave him or her facing serious consequences. If you are charged with drug possession or another drug crime, take immediate action to enlist a qualified drug charges lawyer.

At Griest, Himes, Herrold, Reynosa LLP, our attorneys have extensive criminal law knowledge that they use when handling drug offenses. We understand the impact that these cases can have on our clients' lives and work to minimize any impact to their futures. Certain counties in Pennsylvania, including York County where our office is located, offer treatment court. Our firm has experience guiding drug offense clients through the treatment court process, in situations where they have qualified for treatment court.

Types Of Drugs And Drug Crimes

Our firm confidently handles all types of federal and state drug crimes, including those listed below, related to any and all types of illegal narcotics and drugs such as:

  • Marijuana
  • Heroin
  • Cocaine (crack)
  • Methamphetamines (crystal meth)
  • Ecstasy
  • Prescription drugs, including oxycodone and hydrocodone
  • Drug possession
  • Drug sale or distribution
  • Possession with intent to sell or distribute
  • Trafficking
  • Manufacture/cultivation

Consequences For A Drug Crime Conviction

The type of punishment for a conviction in a drug crime case varies depending on the severity of the situation. The higher the amount of drug, the intended action with the drug and the type of drug all factor into the length of jail time and other consequences. Federal drug crimes are often viewed more harshly and as such, result in more serious punishments.

When you meet with our lawyers, we can assess the charges and review all of the information from the prosecution. We can then begin planning a strategy to defend you from charges, or work with the prosecution to arrange a plea agreement.

Take Action Now And Get Help

Call us today at 717-900-5677 or contact us online for more information on how we handle felony and misdemeanor drug offenses.