Washington County, Utah, Drug Crimes

Drug sales and trafficking can vary in their consequences depending on several factors. Make no mistake, however — any conviction can seriously impact or even destroy a future.

In the case of trafficking, there are often mandatory minimum sentences. Leaving that aside, aggravating factors/considerations include:

  • State versus federal charges
  • The type/schedule of drug
  • Quantity
  • Location/transportation of the drug (interstate/international)
  • Involvement of minors

It is important to note, also, that law enforcement officials can and will seize assets that are assumed to be related to drug crimes. This may mean money, cars or other assets. It goes without saying that this can create serious (financial) issues for the accused and those close to him/her.

If you are being investigated or have been charged with a drug crime, it is crucial to protect your rights and interests in the immediate and long-term future.

Aric Cramer, Attorney at Law, is prepared to put more than 23 years of criminal defense experience to work to do everything to protect your rights and future. By working directly with clients and undertaking comprehensive investigation at the earliest opportunity, the firm has reached best possible outcomes that have preserved clients' interests as best as possible.

In the event that the firm is unable to aggressively attack the prosecution's case to reach an acquittal, it will mount the strongest possible defense to reach the best possible plea to mitigate consequences as best as possible.

Contact A St. George Drug Crimes Attorney

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 435-627-1565 or email the firm.