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Drug Crimes Lawyers in Birmingham

Learn About Alabama’s Strict Penalties for Drug-Related Charges

In the State of Alabama, drugs are considered a serious threat to society. For this reason, law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and judges are tough on anyone accused of drug-related crimes, setting stiff penalties including hefty fines and lengthy prison sentences. If you find yourself accused or arrested for any type of drug crime, it pays to get help from accomplished legal counsel.

At Dummier Young LLC, we understand the repercussions of being convicted of a drug crime. Even if you were charged with only a misdemeanor or a non-violent drug offense, this conviction can follow you for the rest of your life and affect job opportunities, insurance payments, and other personal endeavors. When you have our Birmingham drug crimes attorneys as your representation, we are committed to working zealously and fighting aggressively to protect your name, freedom, and future.

Call us at (205) 379-6510 to consult with any member of our legal team today.

Types of Drug Crimes in Alabama

There are several state and federal laws governing drug crimes. Trying to understand them all can be confusing and overwhelming for anyone, which is why it is crucial to have a skilled attorney on your side when facing drug-related charges. Fortunately, our Birmingham criminal defense lawyers have over 30 years of experience representing clients charged with drug crimes in both state and federal courts.

We handle any type of drug-related charges including:

  • Drug possession including possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Drug manufacturing or any involvement in the production of illegal drugs
  • Drug trafficking, which includes the possession of a certain amount of illegal drugs
  • Drug distribution or drug dealing on a smaller scale

The penalties for drug crimes will depend on the type of drug, quantity, the age of the defendant, and whether this is the individual’s first offense. While marijuana has been legalized or decriminalized in over 23 states across the U.S., Alabama has essentially none of these reforms. Therefore, it is still illegal to possess or sell marijuana in Alabama.

Speak with a Birmingham Drug Crimes Attorney Today

Don’t take chances when your freedom and future are on the line. Reach out to Dummier Young LLC right away to avoid the severe consequences of a drug crime. We are here to help you every step of the way.

Give us a call at (205) 379-6510 to schedule an initial consultation today.

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