Drug Charges

Southeastern PA Drug Charges Attorneys

What Does a Drug Conviction Really Mean?

Pennsylvania Drug Charge Defense

Although the circumstances, the type of drug (marijuana, cocaine or heroin) and seriousness of the drug charge do play a major role, drug convictions can affect a person’s future in several major ways.

For instance, did you know that a drug conviction can …

  • Cost you your driving privileges
  • Disqualify you from public housing
  • Make you ineligible for student loans
  • Prevent you from obtaining security clearances
  • Exclude you from certain occupations
  • Significantly diminish your prospects for future employment

We understand the stakes. More importantly, we can help.

At Prince Law Offices, P.C., we use our experience as former prosecutors turned defense lawyers to minimize the damage that a drug arrest can have on your future. If you have recently been arrested on a drug charge, put that experience to work for you and call 610-845-3803 or toll free 888-313-0416 or contact our firm for a consultation today.

Although many drug cases can be effectively challenged on grounds such as lack of probable cause, search and seizure violations, or actual versus constructive possession, many others cannot.

Our attorneys are skilled at evaluating criminal cases to determine whether there is a legitimate chance to challenge the evidence and get the charges dropped or dismissed, or whether their efforts would be better spent working to keep you out of jail and minimizing the damage.

That said, whatever our estimation of the case is, rest assured that all decisions about whether to fight the case or work toward a more favorable plea agreement will be yours to make.

For two decades, we’ve been earning the trust of your family,
friends, neighbors and co-workers. Today, let us earn yours.

For a consultation, call 610-845-3803 or

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