When most people think of drug distribution and trafficking, the first thing to come to mind is a large-scale drug operation involving large amounts of drugs being transported for the purpose of distribution and sale in another location. Under Nevada law, however, it is possible for a person to be charged with trafficking for being in possession of even a small amount of a controlled substance.
Trafficking and distribution in Nevada is a serious felony offense that calls for mandatory prison time and severe fines. If you have been arrested for any type of drug crime involving possession of a controlled substance, the potential exists for you to be charges with trafficking. Be sure that you have an experienced criminal defense attorney representing you from the start.
Fighting To Protect Your Rights In Complex Drug Cases
At The Law Offices of Benjamin Nadig, Chtd., I offer my clients the benefit of a former City of Las Vegas prosecutor's insight to drug crimes. I know how the other side operates. I understand their practice of bringing trafficking and possession with intent to sell charges in cases where nothing more than personal use was involved.
I will do everything in my power to see that you are not convicted for a crime you did not commit. Even if the evidence appears to support a distribution or trafficking charge, I will present the strongest possible defense on your behalf. In some cases, it may be possible to avoid the long-term impact of a drug conviction by negotiating 3363 treatment in lieu of incarceration or other penalties.
Talk To A Dedicated Drug Crime Defense Attorney About Your Case
Do not talk to the police without having a lawyer present. You can reach me at any time, day or night, and I will be there to protect your interests from the outset. You can reach me by phone at 702-545-6419 for an immediate response or via email for a response on the following business day.