Heroin, Methamphetamine (Meth), Cocaine, Opiates, Pills, Marijuana

Drug laws are constantly changing. Drug charges, and all of the consequences that go with them, can be difficult to navigate unless you have an experienced attorney who knows the ins and outs of defending against them.  The Sokoloff Law Firm has extensive experience in courts all over California, Kansas, and Missouri, defending clients charged with all levels and types of drug crimes.  Our experience means we know that each case is unique, and we are able to see and meet the different needs of all types of drug cases.

Common Drug Offenses

  • Simple Possession of Drugs (Meth, Cocaine, Heroin, Marijuana, Pills, etc.)
  • Possession of Drugs With Intent to Distribute
  • Sales/Distribution of Drugs
  • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Penalties for Drug Convictions

The penalties for being convicted of a drug crime depend on the specific facts and charges of a case.  Depending on the type of drug, the amount, the circumstances of the case, and the criminal history of the defendant, the penalty can range from Diversion or Probation all the way up to decades in Prison.  You can also lose your money, property, government benefits, or even be deported in some situations.

Things That Can Effect Your Sentence include:

  • Amount of Drug
  • Type of Drug 
  • Location (were the drugs near a school?)
  • Did You Have a Prescription?
  • Immigration Status
  • Mandatory Minimum Sentence Laws
  • Special Repeat Offender Rules

Strong Defense

The potential penalties and complex nature of drug charges makes finding a strong and experienced defense attorney critically important.  The Sokoloff Law Firm uses its extensive knowledge and experience with drug cases to provide our clients with the best, most up to date defense possible. Years of experience fighting drug charges around the country and specifically in the counties on both the Kansas and Missouri sides of the Kansas City Metro area sets The Sokoloff Law Firm apart.

Not all cases are created equal - neither are all lawyers.  

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