Pittsburgh Drug Possession Lawyer
There is no such thing as a “minor” drug offense charge. In Pennsylvania, all criminal drug charges carry the possibility of serious and potentially lifelong consequences. This is true of misdemeanor drug charges such as simple possession of a controlled substance or drug paraphernalia, as well as felony drug trafficking charges such as delivery or possession with intent to deliver controlled substances. If you have been notified that you are the subject or target of a criminal investigation involving drug trafficking, or have been arrested on any drug-related offense, including possession of any controlled substance, including marijuana or cocaine, you should seek advice from an experienced Pittsburgh drug possession lawyer.
Free Initial Consultation
Pittsburgh drug possession defense lawyer Gary E. Gerson is a 20-year-plus veteran of Pennsylvania’s criminal courts who can provide you with an honest evaluation of the case against you and a clear description of potential defense strategies, and the most likely outcomes of the case.
Schedule a free initial consultation today by contacting us online , or by calling our office at 412-219-6875.
Even if incarceration is avoided, drug possession convictions resulting from verdict after trial or entry of a guilty plea have potentially lifelong consequences:
You can lose your privilege to operate a vehicle for a minimum of six months and a maximum of two years
- Drug-related convictions may result in a permanent criminal record that may have a negative impact on future employment, financial or educational opportunities
- Felony drug convictions result in loss of the right to vote or own a firearm
- You can lose your privilege to operate a vehicle for a minimum of six months and a maximum of two years
- You may become ineligible for federal student financial aid
Contact an Experienced Pittsburgh Drug Possession Lawyer
At The Law Offices of Gary E. Gerson, we develop defense strategies tailored to the unique needs of the individual client. Depending on the circumstances, we may seek the withdrawal or dismissal of charges, negotiate an amendment of charges to a lesser offense, seek entry into an alternative sentencing program, or seek acquittal at trial. Each person’s personality and circumstances are unique, and their respective defense strategies should be as well.
Your initial consultation with Pittsburgh drug possession lawyer Gary E. Gerson can occur in the privacy of your own home or in our office. To make an appointment, contact us online or call our office at 412-219-6875 today.