Drug Possession with Intent to Deliver
Media Drug Crime Defense Attorney
In Pennsylvania it is illegal to possess with intent to deliver narcotics. A conviction under this charge can carry certain mandatory minimum penalties which can include State incarceration. In addition, there are collateral consequences such as a reduction in eligibility for certain federal programs as well as mandatory driver's licenses suspension privileges.
In addition, it's a possible lengthy incarceration your family can potentially be affected. If you or someone you love has been charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, you need a Media drug crime attorney that will fight for you immediately.
Call the Law Office of Scott L. Kramer P.C. at (610) 595-4640 to discuss your charge.
Serious Defense for Complex Charges
At our firm, our criminal defense attorney in Delaware County understands how much is at stake at your case and will devote all efforts to providing solutions to your legal problems. Our team has tried and defended over 1,000 drug cases.
In addition to reviewing your case, our knowledge and experience has lead our lead attorney Scott Kramer to get some cases dismissed before trial through motions of suppression of evidence. Our team will review your case to see if the Commonwealth and the government illegally obtained evidence in prosecuting your case. If that occurs, there is a chance your case can be dismissed and suppressed. We have filed and litigated numerous motion of suppression as well as tried many cases to verdict.
When you’ve been arrested, contact the Law Office of Scott L. Kramer P.C. online to schedule your free initial consultation. We offer you affordable payment plans to help you get started.