You May Have Options
We recently had a client who was charged with
drug sales, drug transportation, and several other charges many of which were felonies.
It was a tough case and the prosecutor had strong evidence against our
client. The client, who was not a drug dealer, simply let drug use create
a very vunerable situation.
Thankfully, through negotiation with the prosecutor, we were able to resolve
this case for treatment and dismissal of the felony charges.
Contact The Law Offices of Kyle J. Humphrey today for more information.
This case highlights a very important message in dealing with
drug cases. Most times, drug offenders, especially those who use drugs, are not violent
or dangerous. They are simply addicts who put themselves in precarious
situations while feeding addiction. The media can give alot of attention
to a drug addict who does something dangerous or violent, but statistically
this occurs very infrequently. The truth is, to prevent future offenses,
the addiction has to be treated.
Successful treatment will lead to less crime and the addict being able
to rejoin the community as a productive member. Treatment should always
be considered, because when it is successful, it serves the individual's
and the community's best interest.
Drug Treatment May Be a Possiblity For You
To find out if treatment is an option in your case,
reach out to The Law Offices of Kyle J. Humphrey for answers to your questions or to get started on your case.