Defense Attorneys For Possession Of Heroin With Intent to Sell
Heroin is a drug that comes with serious criminal charges and penalties, regardless of whether the charge is for simple possession or the sales of heroin. In Connecticut, a conviction can carry jail time, mandatory drug counseling and a mandatory minimum jail time. If you have been arrested for possession of heroin with the intent to sell, or another serious drug crime, it is important to speak with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible.
At the law firm of Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law, we offer dedicated criminal defense for individuals in Bridgeport and surrounding communities. With more than 50 years of combined experience, we know how to do what it takes to defend the rights of our clients and protect their best interests.
For heroin crimes defense, contact our firm for a free initial consultation and case evaluation. We can provide the effective legal counsel you need to fight your charges. Call 203-371-1000 now.
We Have Experience Handling State And Federal Charges
It is against the law to possess any amount of heroin, no matter how small. The grade of the offense and the penalties that accompany that offense can escalate if a person possesses heroin with the intent to sell or distribute it. In order to prove this crime, prosecutors and law enforcement will look at evidence that includes large amounts of drugs, scales, plastic baggies and other paraphernalia that would not be for individual use.
Our attorneys have experience handling drug cases involving sale and distribution of heroin, including both state and federal drug charges. We will thoroughly investigate the alleged facts of the case, review the evidence and seek to defeat the charges or mitigate the penalties in your case. Our attorneys are heavily involved in all aspects of your case, and will keep you up to date on any developments to the case as they happen.
Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation
For more information about heroin sales and drug crimes defense, contact our attorneys to make an appointment. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation by calling 203-371-1000. You may also contact us online.