Drug Crimes Lawyers Baltimore MD Can Rely On
Drug charges across Maryland and the Eastern Shore vary according to many factors, including the type and amount of drugs discovered. Many illegal drug crimes have harsh penalties and serious consequences.
Your prompt response is essential to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
At the Greenberg Law Offices, our attorneys have significant experience defending people against drug-related offenses. Possible drug crimes include: drug distribution, drug manufacturing, drug possession, drug trafficking, and prescription fraud. The drugs themselves can involve many different things, such as “bathtub meth,” crack cocaine, marijuana, powder cocaine, crystal meth, methamphetamines, “ice,” and heroin along with prescription drugs like hydrocodone, codeine, oxycodone, morphine, OxyContin, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, dextroamphetamine, methylphenidate, and other commercially manufactured opiates, depressants, and stimulants.
Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to ensure that those charged with any type of drug case will receive first-rate representation. As criminal defense trial lawyers, we have the courtroom experience and knowledge of the system needed to aggressively defend against any type of drug crime charge.
What If You Haven’t Been Charged or Indicted?
When appropriate, our attorneys also handle pre-indictment drug crime investigations. Through our various law enforcement contacts, we can represent individuals charged with and not yet indicted for drug offenses and, when desired, help our clients cooperate with law enforcement in exchange for favorable treatment.
Who Told? Was There an Informer?
Informers are seen all too often in cases brought to drug crimes criminal attorneys. The Greenberg Law Office will make every effort to find out whether your case was made by an informant. If you were set up by an informant, we will conduct a full investigation of the informant’s background in preparation for trial.
As part of your criminal defense, we will also ensure that your constitutional Fourth Amendment civil rights were not violated during the police investigation.