Despite the legalization of medical marijuana in Colorado, harsh penalties continue to await those who use, abuse and circulate controlled substances such as cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, illegally obtained prescription drugs and so-called “party” drugs.
A mandatory prison sentence could be in store, depending on the weight of drugs possessed. Prosecutors use a “habitual offender” statute in jurisdictions of the Pikes Peak region to enhance, or increase, punishments for those who are convicted of drug crimes.
If you face these kinds of serious consequences following an arrest for a drug crime in Teller, El Paso or Douglas counties, our experienced criminal defense trial lawyers are former prosecutors who you want on your side.
Our team knows the state’s strategies, anticipates them and counters with effective tactics that highlight positive points in your case. Our more than 30 years of combined experience as trial attorneys can benefit you. When your work with us has concluded, you will know that your rights have been protected.
Contact The Foley Law Firm today to arrange your initial consultation. If you have been arrested for a drug crime, or are a college student arrested for drugs, one of our attorneys can meet with you at a police station or jail to discuss your case in detail.
Our full-time, full-service criminal law firm aggressively advocates for clients charged with all types of drug crimes, including:
Were you a victim of illegal search and seizure by police? Entrapment? A coerced confession? Forfeiture of your assets? We inspect every aspect of your arrest for any sign that your constitutional rights were violated.
Answers to some frequently asked questions about Colorado’s marijuana laws can be found here.