Alabama Drug Case Defense

It is illegal to grow, manufacture, sell, distribute, possess and use illegal drugs and narcotics in the United States. Illegal drugs may be things like methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana and even prescription drugs that are highly addictive or have a high potential for abuse. Alabama criminal drug law is harsh on drug offenders-even first offenders-as drug offenses often lead to other crimes like violence, theft and impaired driving. The heavy penalty for drug crimes in Alabama includes jail time, fines and a permanent criminal record that may affect future employment and your ability to pursue the career of your choice. Penalties tend to be even more severe when minors are involved or you have had a prior drug conviction. Alabama drug laws and fines are steep and if you have been accused of a drug crime, it is essential that you contact the law office of Jeffrey D. Bramer, P.C. at 205-777-7658 .

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If you are facing a drug case in Alabama, our criminal defense attorneys will work with you to get your drug charges reduced or dropped. When you retain the services of an Alabama criminal defense attorney at the law office of Jeffrey D. Bramer, P.C., we will conduct a thorough investigation of your case to make sure that your rights were not violated, determine if the evidence against you supports the charge against you and ensure that your rights are protected throughout the process of your criminal drug case in Alabama.

In addition to providing you with strong legal counsel, the criminal defense attorneys at the law office Jeffrey D. Bramer, P.C. will fight to keep you out of jail and in rehabilitative facilities. Alabama criminal drug law is tough-and you need the experienced representation of a tough criminal defense lawyer who is familiar with the intricacies of Alabama drug laws and fines. Contact the law office of Jeffrey D. Bramer, P.C. today to discuss how to proceed with your drug case in Alabama.