Drug Conspiracy And Distribution: Potentially Life-Changing Charges

Drug conspiracy and distribution charges are very serious criminal matters that can land a person in jail or prison and have other life-changing effects. If you or someone you care about has been charged or is being investigated for one of these crimes, it is essential to obtain strong defense representation as soon as possible and to refrain from talking to law enforcement officers about the case until you have legal counsel.

In essence, a conspiracy charge can mean prosecutors are trying to hold you responsible for the criminal actions of someone else – for example, it can mean you allegedly planned or agreed to sell or distribute a controlled substance. Since no sale or possession has to occur for you to be charged, such cases can be created with weak evidence. In Virginia, conspiracy can be prosecuted as a state or federal crime.

Aggressive, Strategic Representation In Drug Cases

The law firm of Weisberg & Weisberg, PLLC, based in Newport News and Norfolk, is known for aggressive, strategic criminal defense representation in serious Virginia drug cases. We know the law, and we are highly experienced in challenging the prosecution's case in a wide variety of drug felonies. Talk to our attorneys if you or a family member faces charges related to:

  • Federal drug trafficking, which generally involves the alleged crossing (or planned crossing) of state lines
  • Distribution of heroin, marijuana, cocaine or crack cocaine
  • Prescription drugs like OxyContin and hydrocodone
  • A traffic stop or search of your home or person, which can be challenged in some cases

Every situation is different. Our defense lawyers take the time to evaluate each case carefully and think strategically in developing the most appropriate defense with the greatest chance of success.

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Drug conspiracy charges are serious. Speak with an attorney from Weisberg & Weisberg, PLLC, before you speak to the police about your criminal case.