Utah Drug Possession Attorney
Have You Been Charged With Possession of Cocaine?
Have you found yourself in one of the following situations?
- You were pulled over by police, who found a bag with a tiny amount of cocaine in your car. You were charged with possession, but the cocaine belonged to a passenger. You did not possess the drugs.
- Police pulled an empty baggy out of your pocket and said they found cocaine residue in it. They charged you with possession of cocaine anyway.
- You had a vial of crack cocaine in your possession, but the police accused you of possession with intent to distribute.
No matter what situation you’re in, criminal defense attorneys Greg Smith and Associates can help. We have the experience to take on even the most unique and complex drug charges.
They Will Work Hard to Prove You Guilty.
We Will Work Hard for Justice.
The police and the prosecutors will put forth a great deal of effort to see that you are convicted. Frequently, they issue more severe charges, such as possession with intent to sell cocaine, because they believe that will make it seem better to you to simply accept a reduced charge of possession. Don’t let them fool you.
We know how the opposition works. Lead lawyer Greg Smith has prosecutorial experience. This means we truly know the steps they will take. We know their techniques and we know how to overcome them. We know how to fight to get you results.
On Your Side From Start to Finish
One of the most frequent complaints that other attorneys get is that they lose touch with their clients during the process. We don’t get that complaint.
At our law firm, we are committed to keeping in touch, keeping you informed and keeping you involved. This is your case. We know that you are under enough stress already. We refuse to add more stress by forcing you to worry about what is happening with your case.
Free Consultations – 24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week
Contact us anytime to talk to an experienced lawyer about defending against possession of cocaine charges. You can call us at 801-651-1512 or contact us online.