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Drug Offenses

A Strong Defense Against Drug Crimes

Drug crimes carry a stigma and harsh penalties if convicted. At Musselwhite, Meinhart & Staples, our attorneys have more than 80 years of combined legal experience defending people in Radcliff, Elizabethtown and throughout north central Kentucky facing drug offense charges.

We provide a strong defense against all types of drug crimes, including:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug sale
  • Drug trafficking and distribution

Convictions can carry lengthy prison sentences and significant fines. Our lawyers will start defending you immediately to protect your rights. We will review your case, evaluate all evidence and create a defense strategy to find the best possible outcome.

Helping You And Your Family Move Forward

We often work with family members of those charged with drug crimes. We understand the unique challenges and fears your family has. We will guide you and your family through the criminal justice system and explain what steps we can take.

We are dedicated to helping individuals and families get the help they need. Addiction is a serious health issue. We care about you and your family’s mental health. We will help you understand all available options to find the best road to recovery and to keep your family safe.

Fighting For Your Future

We are compassionate and understanding, but that does not mean we are afraid to zealously fight for your freedom. We will defend you and your family with tenacity and a clear strategy in mind. Our goal is to find the best possible outcome, and we work hard to make sure you and your family’s future is protected.

Our attorneys have extensive experience defending against drug crimes in Kentucky. We know what it takes to defend your rights and to protect your future. We will advocate for you at every stage of your case.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

We are available 24/7 and provide honest advice in a confidential and comfortable environment. Call 270-872-4537 or send us an email.

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