Steamboat Springs Drug Defense Lawyer
At The Law Office of Erin Wilson, LLC, we represent adults and juveniles facing all types of drug offenses in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and the surrounding area. This area of criminal law is complex, as drug laws and the penalties for drug charges are constantly changing. If you or someone you care about has been accused of a drug-related crime, you need an attorney who is current on the latest in criminal law.
Because our firm is dedicated solely to the practice of criminal defense, we have up-to-date and extensive knowledge of the charges our clients face, and the most effective ways to fight them.
The Serious Consequences Of A Drug Conviction
A drug offense can have serious collateral consequences on many different areas of a person’s life. A conviction on your record can prevent you from getting a job and may cause you to lose your current job. It can also affect your ability to get a mortgage, rent an apartment or qualify for low-income housing. If you are a juvenile or college student, your ability to obtain student loans, gain admission to college or continue taking classes could be jeopardized. For people who are from outside of the United States, a drug conviction can seriously impact their ability to remain in the United States.
Contact our law firm to minimize the impact a drug charge may have on your future. We can represent you if you have been charged with any drug petty offense, misdemeanor or felony such as possession, distribution, sale, manufacturing or cultivation, including offenses involving:
- Ecstasy (MDMA)
- LSD, mushrooms and other hallucinogens
Prescription drug-related charges are common in our area. Contact us if you are facing a charge such as unauthorized possession of a prescription drug or obtaining a prescription drug by fraud. We have experience handling cases involving a variety of prescription drugs, including:
Based on her extensive experience, attorney Wilson will carefully analyze your case and identify any evidence that can be suppressed. She is familiar with your constitutional rights and will work to protect them. For clients who have problems with substance abuse, Ms. Wilson can help identify treatment options, which can help in negotiations with the prosecution.
No matter how serious or minor you think a drug charge might be, it is important to speak with a knowledgeable lawyer as soon as possible to mitigate the potential consequences you face. Call 970-236-6886 or email us to schedule your free initial consultation.