If you were charged with a drug crime in Oklahoma, under Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes (Oklahoma’s version of the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Act: A conviction of any drug crime may trigger an automatic suspension of your driver’s license under Oklahoma law. Other possible punishments include the loss of federal government benefits such as SBA loans, student loans and grants and other government benefits that you already are receiving. Most importantly, a conviction could result in a lengthy term in state prison or county jail with significant fines and several years of mandatory probation.
Contact us for a free initial consultation to discuss your State Drug Crimes with an experienced lawyer.
Some drug crimes like drug trafficking where the defendant has two or more prior drug convictions or a third conviction under a charge for “trafficking” carries a life jail sentence without the possibility of parole. Some drug offenses are 85%, that is a person has to serve 85% of the sentence before qualifying for probation.
Drug crimes are vigorously prosecuted. Oklahoma’s law seeks a policy of zero tolerance for the sale, distribution and manufacturing of controlled or illicit drugs. If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime, you should immediately consult the experience of an Oklahoma state drug offense attorney who has knowledge of Oklahoma state drug laws and how they apply to the crime charged. There may be various options available to someone charged with a state drug crime.
I defend individuals against all types of state drug charges:
- Aggravated Manufacturing
- Aggravated Trafficking
- Criminal Defense of Drug Charges
- Delivery of a Controlled Drug
- Drug Cultivation
- Drug Manufacturing
- Drug Trafficking
- Endeavoring to Manufacture
- Prescription Drug Fraud
- Possession of Marijuana
- Possession of Precursors
- Possession of Paraphernalia
- Possession With Intent to Distribute
- Simple Possession
Oklahoma City Drug Charges Lawyer Protecting Your Rights
Criminal cases are frequently won or lost before the trial. If you or someone you care about has been charged with state criminal drug charges in or around Oklahoma City, a drug crimes lawyer must be contacted immediately. At the Law Office of Robert R. Robles, I will use more than 30 years of experience to thoroughly investigate the facts of your case. I will look at every aspect of your case including the initial arrest and the circumstances in which the evidence was gathered to protect your constitutional rights.
I invite you to contact the Law Office of Robert R. Robles in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for more information about how I can help you. If you have questions about whether your job-related injury is covered, you should contact me today for your free initial consultation.