Drug Crime Defense Lawyers Serving Southern Indiana
Law enforcement in Indiana is increasingly harsh when it comes to illegal substances and the illegal possession and distribution of prescription medication. For years, drug laws have increased in severity, but this has done little to thwart the market for drug manufacturing and distribution. These crimes are typically a result of other factors – social, economic or otherwise – and the people who end up arrested are typically those with limited means to fight back. However, if you are charged, we urge you to fight for your rights, for your future’s sake.
If you have been arrested for drug possession, or that arrest has led to allegations of drug trafficking or conspiracy, it is time to speak with an experienced drug crime lawyer. Contact Omega Law PLLC to discuss paths to a strategic defense.
Taking A Hard Look At Your Charges And Your Opportunities For Defense
Take advantage of our skills and experience if you have been accused of a drug crime such as:
- Possession of a controlled substance such as cocaine, heroin, marijuana or a prescription drug like fentanyl or Oxycodone
- Manufacture or cultivation of illegal drugs, such as methamphetamines
- Possession of paraphernalia
- Unlawful distribution or trafficking of illegal substances
When you work with Omega Law PLLC, you are not going to get an attorney who will just show up to hearings and plead out, nor will you get someone who will railroad your lengthy courtroom battles. Such a one-size-fits-all approach does little to protect a defendant’s rights or achieve a favorable outcome. You can count on us to fight for you, and we expect that you will cooperate with determination to find your way forward.
Designing Winning Case Strategies
We pursue legal strategies according to our clients’ needs and what is most efficient, cost-effective and likely to achieve the results they seek. In drug crime cases, when appropriate, we look for opportunities to address the underlying causes of the criminal offense, such as:
- Substance abuse addiction
- Social factors, such as conspiracy
- Ties to gangs or drug cartels
We also look for evidence that law enforcement agents may have broken the law while seeking to arrest our clients. We may discover opportunities to suppress evidence because of:
- Illegal search and seizure
- Lack of probable cause to conduct a search
- Unlawful investigations
If we represent you, we pledge to keep your rights and future as our top priorities. We will use our in-depth knowledge of Indiana drug laws and our persuasive defense strategies to help you during this difficult time.