The laws governing possession, distribution, and manufacture of controlled substances, have changed a lot in recent years. The consequences for violating those laws have also undergone significant changes. There are also significant conflicts between state and federal drug laws.
If you or a loved one is charged with, or under investigation for, drug-related charges, Trotter Law provides the excellent representation you deserve. You will have aggressive, dedicated, experienced representation.
A drug crime conviction can be very detrimental to your future. It can negatively affect your ability to obtain employment, education, housing, public benefits, and more. Even misdemeanor theft crimes can have substantial consequences, including jail time, probation, fines, court-ordered treatment and community service. Felony convictions carry harsher punishments. If you are convicted of distribution or manufacture of a controlled substance, Oregon law may subject you to mandatory minimum prison time.
Having a dedication trial lawyer who will fight for you can make all the difference in the world. Chris Trotter has handled many different crime cases. He will aggressively protect your rights.
Get An Attorney With Experiences Litigating Drug Crimes
Chris Trotter has extensive experience defending people facing drug charges. He represents clients facing charges for possession, delivery, and manufacture of all kinds of controlled substances, including:
MDMA - Ecstasy
Minor in Possession
Delivery with 1,000 feet of a School
Endangering the Welfare of a Minor
When you come to Trotter Law, you can be confident that you are in good hands. Whether you are facing misdemeanor or felony drug charges, Chris Trotter has the skills, knowledge, and experience to provide the excellent representation you deserve.
Schedule a Free Consultation Today
Contact Trotter Law today at 971-205-5695 to schedule a free initial consultation and discuss your options. Representation is available for individuals with cases in Portland, Salem, Beaverton, Hillsboro and elsewhere in Oregon.
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