Trafficking

Kingman Drug Trafficking Attorney

An Overview of Drug Trafficking

Drug trafficking is defined as the illegal manufacturing and distribution of controlled substances. This particular crime carries some of the harshest penalties of any drug crime in Arizona, and can involve significant federal penalties as well. If convicted, a person faces mandatory prison time, with no possibility of probation. The sentence may be increased depending on the circumstances of the case, and whether the individual has a prior record.

As trafficking is considered such a serious crime, law enforcement officials will employ a variety of means to prove guilt, including undercover officers, surveillance, wiretaps, search warrants, and confidential informants. If you have been charged with drug trafficking, it is important that you hire a lawyer immediately, as you are facing serious charges and will want to ensure your rights are fully protected during your trial.

Are you facing trafficking charges in Arizona?

The long-term ramifications of a drug trafficking conviction can be considerable, beyond the prison time and other penalties one may have served. Your chances of obtaining gainful employment after such a conviction may be substantially limited, and your ability to make large purchases, such as a home or vehicle, may be inhibited as well. Because clandestine means are often utilized in drug trafficking cases to gather evidence against a person, the chances of police entrapment, or mistakes in the investigation, are high. A skilled and knowledgeable attorney will be able expose these mistakes, and use them to get the charges against you lessened or done away with.

Dwane Cates Law Group, P.L.L.C. has decades of combined experience in defending drug cases, and we do our utmost to find and expose flaws in the prosecution’s case to the benefit of our clients. We can provide legal assistance to you in your trafficking case, and build a defense that will greatly increase your chances of a case outcome that is advantageous to you and your future.

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