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Drug Crime Lawyer - Knoxville, TN

A Knoxville Drug Offense Attorney Aggressively Fighting Drug Charges

In Tennessee, drug charges are taken very seriously. It is extremely important to consult an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible if you or a family member has been charged in connection with any drug crime, including:

  • Drug possession with intent to resell

  • Federal charges such as drug trafficking and distribution

  • Felony possession of marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine (meth) or prescription drugs like OxyContin, Vicodin and Xanax

  • Gun charges associated with a drug bust

  • Misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia or small amounts of other illegal drugs

If you are facing any drug charge in Knoxville or middle or upper east Tennessee, get in touch with an attorney at the Law Office of Allen E. Schwartz immediately. We can take decisive action to help ensure that your rights are protected and to give you a fighting chance to get charges dropped, dismissed or reduced or to beat a conviction at trial.

Experienced Drug Offense Representation

Under the guidance of attorney Allen E. Schwartz, our firm approaches drug charges in a straightforward and logical manner. The first step is to determine the facts of your case. Many drug charges involve mistakes or overzealousness on the part of police officers and prosecutors. If the police conducted an illegal stop or an unlawful search and seizure, we will fight to have evidence suppressed and charges dropped or dismissed.

Contact A Knoxville Drug Crime Attorney For Help

 

Our firm will defend your rights at every stage of the process. If you need reliable legal advice and results-oriented representation from a defense attorney with over 40 years of experience successfully fighting drug crime charges in Tennessee, contact our office today for a free and confidential consultation. Let our over 40 years of experience work for you - call TODAY for help!