Drug Crimes Defense Lawyer in Delaware, OH
If You've Been Accused of a Drug Charge, the Consequences can be Devastating Without a Good Lawyer.
Whether it’s simple possession, possession with intent, casual exchange, or the sale of a controlled substance or drug paraphernalia, a conviction can have long-term consequences. Drug offense convictions in Ohio can preclude student loans, and affect credit and job applications.
Potential Sentences Include:
- Substantial fines
- Jail Time
- Community Service
- Drug Testing
- Drug Offender School
- A Permanently Stained Record
License Suspension and Jail Time for Criminal Offenses in Ohio Can Vary.
All levels of drug offenses in Ohio carry a mandatory license suspension that ranges from six months to five years. Some felony drug offenses carry mandatory prison time and long periods of supervision. Because of the serious consequences involved in a conviction, it is critical to partner with a skilled law firm if you have been charged with a drug offense in Delaware or Franklin County.
An Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Can Make the Difference in Your Case.
Attorney Dominic Mango and his team at Mango Law LLC are ready to bring more than 15 years of criminal defense experience to the table for you. We will meticulously prepare for your case and aggressively defend you against a variety of drug crime charges.
Common Charges Include:
- Paraphernalia-Related Crimes
- Sale of Drugs
- Drug Possession
- Possession with Intent to Distribute
Why Call Mango? Because Dismissed Cases or Mitigated Punishments are the Norm.
You have the most options and the best chances as soon as you are accused. Even innocent people say the wrong thing sometimes under stress and pressure. We encourage you to take decisive action by reaching out to our team as soon as possible. To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your drug defense legal issues with our lawyer, call 740-602-2155 or send us a message.
Mango Law LLC provides an aggressive and experienced defense for criminal and DUI/OVI cases in the Delaware and Franklin Counties of Ohio. Clients come from Columbus, Dublin, Marysville, Westerville, Gahanna, and the surrounding areas.