Strong Defense For A Serious Charge

Drug trafficking is a felony, and a conviction can mean you spend anywhere from a few years to life in prison. Drug trafficking laws are usually aimed at stopping drug cartels, which in part accounts for the harsh penalties associated with them. But not everyone who is charged with drug trafficking is part of a major drug cartel. If you or someone you love has been charged with drug trafficking in North Carolina, the potential consequences are too steep to ignore. You need an experienced attorney who can provide you with a strong defense and protect your rights to the maximum possible extent.

What Is Trafficking?

Drug trafficking involves transporting, distributing or possessing large quantities of illegal drugs. The penalties for such a charge increase greatly if the prosecution can show you had targeted children, or that you were selling over a wide geographic area.

What Happens Now?

Once you've been charged with drug trafficking, you need to contact an experienced lawyer immediately to start building an effective defense. At The Wagoner Law Firm, PLLC, I will listen to the details of your drug charge and outline the best possible strategy given your circumstances and goals. As with any criminal charge, dismissal isn't always possible, but I do my best in every case to reduce the charges and mitigate the consequences my clients face.

Call To Protect Your Rights

A drug trafficking charge is serious, to be sure. However, you shouldn't give up hope. I provide free initial consultations so we can talk about what happened and discuss what might be possible in your situation. Call 910-782-2962 to schedule an appointment at my Wilmington office, or use this online contact form to get the help you need.