The criminal justice system can seem unforgiving when it comes to drug crimes and the accused. The "War on Drugs" is the prime example of how the public and prosecutors view drug crimes. A drug conviction can follow you for a lifetime.
If you or a loved one are facing drug charges contact Hightower Reff Law right away at 402-932-9550, or online. We understand that drug crime accusations arise because of many reasons. Economic hardships cause people to make bad decisions, or the people you know can put you in the wrong place at the wrong time.
What you need is an opportunity for a new start. You need strong defense from experienced attorneys.
Whether you have just learned that you are being investigated, or you have already been arrested for drug possession or trafficking, contact our office as soon as possible. We can immediately begin protecting your rights and working toward a favorable resolution.
Talk To Us Before You Talk To Law Enforcement Or Investigators
One of the biggest mistakes you can make when you are arrested for a drug offense is talking to the police. The details you tell them will be used to craft arguments against you in court.
You have no legal obligation to cooperate with law enforcement or prosecutors beyond remaining calm and nonviolent. Retaining an attorney as early as possible will help protect you from saying the wrong thing and incriminating yourself.
Hightower Reff Law will work with you from the moment you retain us to make sure you have the best defense possible. In some cases, we may be able to suppress evidence due to a lack of probable cause, entrapment, illegal search and seizure or other violations of your Constitutional rights. This can help us get charges dropped or reduced, or to get you a reduced sentence - which may keep you out of jail.
If you are charged with a drug crime, don’t wait. Contact us now. In some cases, we may be able to help you keep drug charges off your record. Contact us online, email us at email@example.com or call 402-932-9550 to schedule a consultation in our office, or we will come to you at a police department or jail, if necessary.