Drug Charge Defense Attorney & Lawyer

Toledo Drug Charge Attorney & Lawyer: Professional Drug Charge Defense legal services in Toledo and throughout Northwest Ohio.

Being charged with a drug crime is a serious matter, which if convicted can have a dramatic impact on your life, not to mention your freedom.

The most common drug crimes in Toledo and throughout the Northwest Ohio area include:

  • Drug Possession;

  • Possession with intent to distribute;

  • Drug Trafficking;

  • Sale and / or Delivery;

  • Attempted sale of illegal drugs or controlled substances;

  • Possession of paraphernalia or manufacturing equipment;

  • Distributing illegal drugs or controlled substances;

  • Manufacturing and cultivation.

The longer you wait to obtain the legal services of an experienced drug charge attorney or lawyer, your ability to achieve a successful or desired result in your legal situation may be dramatically reduced. Contact The Law Office of Jeremy Levy LLC today by calling (419) 243-8989.

As a law firm providing experienced Drug Charge Attorney (lawyer) legal services, assisting Toledo and Northwest Ohio area residents with drug charge defense legal issues,  I am committed to protecting the legal rights of each and every client, while always striving to provide the highest standard of legal representation.

If you have been charged with a drug crime, make sure your legal rights are protected by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Toledo drug charge defense attorney (lawyer). Contact The Law Office of Jeremy Levy LLC today by calling (419) 243-8989.

Drug charges are often associated with the following types of drugs:

The Law Office of Jeremy Levy LLC aggressively defends the legal rights of those charged with a Drug Charge, while addressing all related issues that should be taken into consideration when defending your legal rights and freedom. A Drug Charge conviction may result in:

  • Hefty Fines;
  • Potential jail or prison time;
  • Suspension of your driving privileges;
  • Have your license revoked;
  • Potential vehicle forfeiture;
  • Community service;
  • Lengthy terms of probation;
  • Forfeiture of property or assets;
  • Forfeiture of certain basic civil rights.