Representing College Students Facing Drug Distribution Charges
A drug distribution conviction on your record can have a significant impact on your future. Many college students are unaware of the serious consequences they can face if they are convicted of selling illegal drugs.
Selling or giving someone illegal drugs or prescription drugs can be a misdemeanor or felony offense that carries harsh penalties if convicted. A skilled defense attorney can protect your rights so you can still obtain your future goals.
Serving the areas of Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Roanoke County, Magee, Goldstein, Lasky and Sayers PC frequently represents college students at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Radford University and Roanoke College who are charged with drug distribution offenses.
Jason V. Wolfrey Cares About Your Future
Founding attorney Jason V. Wolfrey is a former prosecutor. He knows what options may be available to get your charges reduced or dismissed.
Your future is on the line. Work with an attorney who is committed to finding the best possible outcome and has the experience to handle all aspects of your case.
Selling Marijuana, Adderall And Other Prescription Drugs
Drug distribution charges can stem from a variety of incidents, including selling illegal drugs like marijuana or prescription drugs like Adderall. You can also face distribution charges for just giving someone drugs that were prescribed to you, such as giving someone one of your painkillers.
Contact An Attorney Today
These are serious offenses that require an experienced lawyer on your side. Your future is at stake. Attorney Wolfrey will diligently prepare your case by evaluating evidence and police reports, and interviewing witnesses to develop a strong defense strategy.
Do not wait to contact the law firm if you have been charged with a drug crime. Call the firm at 540-518-4415 or contact it online to schedule a no-obligation consultation to discuss your specific charges.
The law firm can arrange Skype appointments to speak with students and their parents regarding their specific case.