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Federal Drug Crimes

Experienced Defense Attorney for Federal Drug Charges

Some drug charges are made under Connecticut state law. Others are considered federal drug charges. While both state and federal offenses can carry serious penalties upon a conviction, a federal drug charge requires an attorney who is experienced and who understands federal crimes defense. No matter what the circumstances, you need to seek legal advice and representation as soon as possible.

At Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law, in Bridgeport, we defend individuals accused of federal drug crimes throughout the state of Connecticut. With more than 50 years of combined experience, and having routinely practiced criminal law in both state and federal court systems, we know how to protect our clients' rights and interests throughout the criminal process. Contact us at 203-371-1000.

A Number of Situations May Involve Federal Drug Charges

There are a number of situations where federal drug charges may be involved. If the suspect crossed state lines while committing the alleged crime; if there was a large enough quantity of drugs involved; or if federal law enforcement officials made the arrest. Federal drug charges may be brought in instances of drug possession, possession with the intent to sell, trafficking, import/export, manufacturing and distribution.

Federal drug offenses often target drug operations that are larger in scale. These are typically felony offenses and have significant penalties, including prison time. Federal sentencing guidelines will dictate how a person will be sentencing in federal court. An experienced attorney can make a difference in the outcome of your federal case.

Contact our Bridgeport & Fairfield County Law Firm

Contact us at Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law, to learn more information about your rights after a federal drug crimes defense. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation by calling 203-371-1000.

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