Pittsburgh Drug Trafficking Lawyer
Typically, drug trafficking cases do not start with an arrest. Before law enforcement takes an alleged drug trafficker into custody, they will almost certainly have conducted an extensive investigation. This means that you and your drug trafficking defense attorney are playing catch-up from day one – even if you hire a lawyer immediately after your arrest. Give yourself the best possible chance for a positive outcome after an arrest on drug trafficking charges by hiring an intelligent, experienced Pittsburgh drug trafficking attorney who will use savvy and aggressive tactics to challenge the charges, and help you avoid the potentially lifelong consequences of being accused of trafficking in controlled substances or felony drug charges. If you’re looking for a Pittsburgh drug trafficking lawyer, consider veteran defense lawyer Gary E. Gerson.
With more than 20 years of criminal law experience to his name, along with a long list of success stories, Attorney Gerson is well-equipped to provide quality defense in the most serious types of drug trafficking cases. Schedule a free, private consultation. Contact us online or call The Law Offices of Gary E. Gerson at 412-219-6875.
An Experienced Pittsburgh Drug Crime Lawyer Serving Western Pennsylvania
Our law firm cannot promise results in any specific case, and our past record of success does not guarantee success in any future case. However, descriptions of past cases do give clients an idea of the breadth of Attorney Gerson’s experience in this unique and complex area of criminal defense law.
- Ecstasy arrest – negotiated probation-only result: An Allegheny County client charged with possession with intent to deliver approximately $100,000 of Ecstasy, avoided imposition of mandatory minimum sentencing and lengthy imprisonment in a state corrections institution.
- Marijuana arrest – case dismissed: Our Somerset County client was arrested for possessing 35 pounds of marijuana with intent to deliver. Mr. Gerson was successful in suppressing the drug evidence due to an illegal search and seizure of the client’s vehicle by police in violation of the individual’s constitutional rights.
- OxyContin and Morphine – acquittal after trial: Our McKean County client was charged with delivery as well as possession with intent to deliver OxyContin and Morphine. Criminal Attorney Gerson won a not-guilty verdict in a jury trial.
Free Initial Consultation with an Experienced Pittsburgh Drug Trafficking Lawyer
Your initial consultation with attorney Gary E. Gerson is always confidential and always free of charge. The appointment can be scheduled in the privacy of your own home or at our comfortable office. Contact our Pittsburgh drug trafficking lawyer today or call our office at 412-219-6875.