Denver Drug Crime Attorneys
Experienced Denver Drug Crimes Lawyers Helping Clients Protect Themselves from the Consequences of a Conviction
If you are facing drug charges, you need a Denver drug crime attorney who understands the complex nature of Colorado drug laws. At Denver Criminal & Injury Attorneys, our pair of experienced legal firms J.Y. Kang PC and Buckmelter Law have handled thousands of cases between them and bring a thorough understanding of how to fight drug charges.
Choose a Denver Drug Crime Attorney You Can Trust
Our Denver drug crime attorneys are ready to fight for you. We will investigate the details of your case and build a strong defense strategy that will help you avoid the harsh penalties of drug charges. Our firms have the skills and experience you need to protect your rights and future.
Drug Cases in Colorado
For over twenty five years, our Denver drug crimes attorneys have represented persons charged with Drug Felony cases as well as Drug Misdemeanor cases. These cases very often involve litigation focused upon the basis for the law enforcement contact and the legality of the search of a person, car, residence or personal belongings. These cases can be brought through a Grand Jury Indictment as part of a larger alleged conspiracy involving many co-defendants, or as a stand alone case. Determining the legality of the stop and search is the starting analysis point in every case.
Not Guilty Felony Assault Jury Trial
Not Guilty DUI – 3rd Jury Trial
Not Guilty Domestic Violence Jury Trial
Charges Dismissed Felony Second Degree Assault
Charges Dismissed Felony Criminal Mischief and Trespass
Charges Dismissed Domestic Violence Assault Case
Colorado Drug Scheduling & Penalties
Drug charges can be extremely serious, especially if you are convicted. Under Colorado law, drug crimes are classified as either Schedule I, II, or III. The schedule of a drug is determined by the potential for abuse and the accepted medical use. Schedule I drugs are the most serious and carry the most severe penalties upon conviction. Schedule II drugs are less serious and carry lesser penalties.
Schedule I drugs include:
- Magic mushrooms