Are you facing felony drug charges for possession with intent to distribute? These cases are typically not easy to prove with hard evidence, so the authorities will try to find circumstantial evidence against you.
Penalties for possession with intent to distribute drugs in Louisiana depend on the type of drugs found. But if you’re convicted, you could face serious jail time that could lead to barriers to employment, education opportunities, housing, and other necessities throughout the rest of your life.
Every client has unique circumstances. As your New Orleans drug crimes attorney, I will make sure to assess your situation and plan a fierce and dedicated defense. Your story is important to me, whether there is hard evidence or not. I always fight hard to prove my clients’ innocence. And if there is strong evidence against you, you still need a powerful defense to soften the consequences.