San Diego Repeat Drug Offenders
San Diego Drug Lawyer
If you have been charged with any drug offense, whether a
federal drug crime, state crime, marijuana possession or other charge, you urgently need
the services of a competent San Diego drug crime attorney. The consequences
of such charges can be so serious that they damage your future permanently
with prison sentences, fines, treatment programs and other penalties.
If you have been convicted of a prior drug offense, new penalties are automatically
enhanced under California law. This can result in cancellation of probation
and fulfilling a prison sentence, additional years of prison time, even
heavier fines and other penalties.
At The Law Offices of Kerry L. Armstrong, APLC, our
San Diego criminal defense lawyers are well versed in both federal and state
drug crime statutes and have represented clients in dozens of trials, obtaining favorable
outcomes for them. We are committed to the constitutional rights of our
clients and their future freedom.
Make Sure Your Rights Are Protected
Exercising your right to legal counsel after being charged with a drug
crime can make all the difference for your defense. If convicted of a
repeat offense, you can expect enhanced penalties, but there are still
a number of things which can be done for your case. For example, there
may have been procedural violations in your arrest or in the search of
your belongings or living quarters and any seizure of property or items.
If there was no warrant for search, here may be an avenue to assert your
rights and defend against the charges. The Law Offices of Kerry L. Armstrong,
APLC can undertake a review of the circumstances surrounding your arrest
and seek all available evidence in your favor. There are also other possible
avenues for defense. We are committed to our clients and our goal is always
to obtain the best possible outcome to protect your rights.
Contact a San Diego criminal defense attorney for aggressive legal representation if you have been charged with a repeat
offense in any drug crime.