If you have been charged with drug possession with intent to distribute, you likely face years in jail if prosecutors succeed in their case. Do not go up against experienced and aggressive prosecutors when your freedom is at stake. Instead, contact the criminal defense firm of Shaffer & Engle Law Offices, LLC.
At Shaffer & Engle Law Offices, LLC our attorney team has provided legal help to thousands of clients facing criminal charges, including drug-related charges. We have succeeded in achieving acquittals and dismissals of charges even in drug possession and distribution cases involving:
- Large amounts of drugs
- The presence of alleged drug paraphernalia, including weighing scales and packing materials
- Evidence of dealing
- The presence of alleged buyer lists
- The presence of large amounts of cash
We are highly experienced and knowledgeable regarding criminal law, police procedures and restrictions on police procedures, including laws governing:
- Probable cause
- The use of affidavits of probable cause
- Police officers' usage and execution of search warrants
A Team With Valuable Legal Experience
Our senior partner, attorney Jeffrey Engle, was a prosecutor in the DA's office, where the majority of cases he handled were drug crimes. Clients facing felony drug charges benefit from Mr. Engle's years of experience, in-depth legal knowledge, relationships within the court and probation office and first-hand knowledge of how prosecutors handling your case will likely operate.
For more information regarding drug distribution crime charges and your rights, contact our experienced, effective legal team for a no-charge discussion of your case.
If you face drug distribution, sale and trafficking charges, contact the experienced criminal defense law firm of Shaffer & Engle Law Office, LLC. We provide free initial consultations, are available for evening and weekend appointments and operate two offices for your convenience. To contact one of our lawyers, call 717-827-4074 or 866-765-0706.
Learn more about federal drug charges on our Criminal Law Blog.