Drug Possession Lawyer in Raleigh

The penalties for drug crimes can be very serious and choosing an experienced Criminal Drug Defense Lawyer in Raleigh can minimize punishments and protect your rights. Depending on the severity of your charges, you could face anywhere from a few days in jail to a decade or more in prison. Raleigh Drug Possession Attorney Dewey Brinkley is an experienced drug crimes defense attorney who you can trust to implement the strongest possible strategy to protect your rights and future.

How a Drug Possession Lawyer Can Help

Dewey P. Brinkley is a former Wake County Prosecutor who has personally handled hundreds of criminal trials. He is familiar with the local criminal justice system and he can help guide your case through the courts and help you seek a favorable conclusion. He provides experienced, professional and aggressive services to each client.

To schedule a free initial consultation, call us at 919-832-0307 or contact us online. We provide dedicated defense against a wide variety of felony and misdemeanor drug charges, including:

For drugs like heroin, cocaine, ecstasy or methamphetamines, even simple possession is considered to be a felony by the state of North Carolina. Felonies are punishable by at least one year in prison.

On the other hand, possession of small amounts of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia are only considered misdemeanors, which can carry lighter penalties but still adversely affect your future. For these light charges, we may be able to help you enroll in a diversionary program. Programs of this nature require you to perform community service or agree to take certain classes. In exchange, your charges may be dropped.

Thorough Analysis of Your Case – Aggressive Defense

We will review every detail of your case to make sure that your rights were respected at every step. Did the police have a valid reason for pulling you over? Did the police violate your 4th Amendment rights against “unreasonable search and seizure”? Are there any grounds for keeping the prosecution from using certain items as evidence? We will look for ways to build the strongest drug crimes defense strategy possible.

Contact Raleigh’s leading defense attorney now.