Frisco Drug Crime Defense Attorney
Hard Hitting, Aggressive Legal Defense in Collin County & Denton County
The importance of hiring a lawyer to represent you if you have been arrested for a crime cannot be overstated. Regardless of the severity of the charge you believe you are facing, you need an aggressive, compassionate attorney and legal team on your side. If you or someone you love have been arrested for a drug related charge, including possession, manufacturing, and trafficking, turn to the Law Offices of Scott Edgett. He invests himself in the success of his clients and truly cares about the outcome of your case. When you are in legal trouble, you can count on him to provide you with support while you are in a tough situation.
He can provide you with legal defense against charges of possession of the following controlled substances:
- Meth amphetamine
- Illegal prescription drugs
Contact the firm today to learn more about how Attorney Scott can legally support you.
Penalties for Serious Drug Offenses
In order to truly understand the importance of hiring a Frisco drug crime attorney, it is vital that you are aware of the consequences and penalties which are involved. Depending on the amount of drug and the type of drug in question, you could be facing time in jail or prison, serious court fees and fines, probation, and mandatory drug education or rehab. If there are any other factors involved in the charge, such as distributing or manufacturing drugs, the consequences could be more severe.
If you choose to hire Scott Edgett to represent you, you will have an established, caring attorney on your side. With more than 10 years of legal experience, he is committed to helping you when you find yourself facing serious criminal charges relating to illegal drugs.
If you would like to learn more about how a Frisco drug crime lawyer can help protect your rights, call him today at (214) 305-8411 for a free case evaluation!
DWI by Prescription Drug Not Guilty
Felony Probation Violation Withdrawn and Continued on Probation
Possession of Marijuana Case Dismissed