Drug Distribution And Trafficking

"Drug trafficking" is not what you probably think it is. You don't have to be running a large amount of cocaine or methamphetamines to be charged with drug trafficking. All you have to do is have a certain amount of drugs in your possession and have the intention to cross state lines for delivery of those drugs.

Even before you are convicted, the enhanced penalties can be overwhelming. Your car can be impounded and seized. If you grew pot in your basement, or cooked meth, law enforcement may take your home.

To speak to a lawyer about your drug trafficking charge in the Madison County area, send an email now or call 618-307-4192 or toll free at 866-397-9110.

Don't Talk To The Police. Talk To Us.

If you are arrested on a serious drug charge, the first few days are crucial. First, don't talk to the police; it can only hurt you, no matter how concerned they may seem. Second, hire an experienced attorney immediately. There is often a gap between arrest and the filing of charges. This is the best time for your attorney to start working on your behalf.

If you are arrested for dealing controlled substances in any amount — cocaine, heroin, meth, even marijuana — call The Law Office of Jessica Koester, LLC. Get us working for you as early as possible. Together, we can minimize the harm done to you by these charges.

Acting Quickly Is In Your Best Interests: Call Today

Call Edwardsville, Illinois, drug distribution defense attorney Jessica Koester at 618-307-4192, toll free 866-397-9110 — or write to our lawyer using the online form.