Sales

About Drug Sales Cases in Kingman

About Drug Sale Charges

In Arizona, drug sales offenses are often treated even more harshly than possession for sale cases. Prosecutors will employ a myriad of means to prove guilt in the case, including informants, surveillance, search warrants, and undercover law enforcement officials. The punishment for the sale of drugs can be very severe, and involve jail or prison sentences. Some of the drugs one can be charged for the sale of include:

  • Heroin
  • Cocaine (powder)
  • Crack Cocaine
  • Ecstasy
  • Methamphetamine
  • Marijuana

If you have been arrested for the sale of drugs in Arizona, you are facing very serious charges and steep penalties. Contact an attorney right away who can thoroughly investigate the charges against you and ensure your rights are protected.

The Impact of Conviction

Because drug crimes are dealt with so harshly in the state of Arizona, a conviction on a drug sales charge can have significant consequences that affect the individual for the rest of their lives. You may face substantial challenges in finding a job in the future, and you may also have difficulty making large purchases like a home or a car. That is why it is imperative to have an attorney representing you who is experienced in defending drug crime cases and can represent your best interests during the trial.

Protect your rights!

Any case in which clandestine means are used by the prosecution to gather evidence, such as undercover officers or wire taps, leaves open the possibility that entrapment can be proven, or that your rights were fundamentally violated in other ways. Dwane Cates Law Group, P.L.L.C. have been defending clients in drug crime cases for years, and we meticulously investigate all charges against our clients for errors, mistakes, or rights violations. We are available to provide you with skilled legal representation in your drug sale case, and can fashion an effective defense that will give you the best chance of coming out of your trial with your charges lessened or dropped entirely.

Contact an Attorney Today!