Central Pennsylvania Narcotic Defense Attorney
65 Years of Criminal Defense Experience in Harrisburg
If you have been charged with drug trafficking, you face serious charges. Even a first offense brings high penalties. For instance, first-offense charges involving just two grams of cocaine or two to ten pounds of marijuana bring a mandatory one-year jail sentence.
When facing fines, a criminal record and jail time, do not face prosecutors and the criminal justice system alone and without experienced help. At the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, law firm of Shaffer & Engle Law Offices, LLC, we aren't just experienced at fighting for your rights against aggressive and experienced criminal prosecutors. Our senior partner was a prosecutor for three years and knows exactly how prosecutors will likely handle your case.
Experienced federal defense lawyer Elisabeth K.H. Pasqualini has the knowledge you need to successfully fight drug trafficking charges.
Protecting Your Rights Following Drug Trafficking Charges
Drug and narcotic cases most often involve searches personal property, including:
- Personal effects
Police often search cars without probable cause, fail to execute search warrants correctly and fail to read rights after placing individuals in custody. The result? Inadmissible evidence and a weak or even dismissed case.
As your criminal defense attorneys we will skillfully inspect each detail of your arrest and your case. We will aggressively defend your constitutional rights and work to motion the appropriate court to dismiss your case when evidence was improperly gathered and your rights violated.
We can also help you obtain help regarding addiction, which can improve both your life and your criminal case. For more information regarding drug trafficking criminal charges and your rights, contact our experienced, effective legal team for a no-charge discussion of your case.
If you face drug distribution, sale or 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 us, call 717-827-4074 or 800-491-9506.
Learn more about federal drug charges on our Criminal Law Blog.