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Crack/Cocaine Intent to Sell

Legal Defense for Drug Offenses Involving Cocaine

When evidence is present of a large amount of cocaine or other drugs, it may be deemed possession with intent to sell. This evidence may include scales, plastic bags or larger amounts of drugs than would be expected for personal use. An arrest for the possession of cocaine comes with its own significant penalties, but possession with intent to sell can have increase fines and prison time.

At the law firm of Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law, our attorneys provide experienced, legal defense for individuals in Connecticut who are facing charges for drug offenses involving cocaine. As experienced criminal trial lawyers, we understand the criminal process and how to build an effective defense that meets our clients needs.

For more information regarding cocaine and crack sales defense, contact our Bridgeport office and schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation. Contact us at 203-371-1000.

A Defense Strategy for Cocaine Possession with Intent to Sell

Our lawyers will develop a criminal defense strategy that involves an intensive investigation to review all evidence. Drug possession with intent to sell will often involve a search of the defendant's car or home. It is during these searches that drugs and drug paraphernalia are seized. Police officers have a duty to respect search and seizure laws when gathering this evidence, however, and we will challenge any evidence that was illegally obtained.

Do not take chances with your defense. Hire a law firm that has a proven track record of success in drug cases and will handle every step of your process, including motion hearings and trials.

Contact our Bridgeport, CT Defense Lawyers

If you have been arrested for crack cocaine possession with intent to sell in Bridgeport, contact our criminal defense lawyers. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation by calling 203-371-1000.

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