Anyone facing drug possession charges should speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. It is important to have an advocate on your side who will protect your rights and whether this is your first time experiencing the criminal justice system or if you have been charged in the past.
The Akron and Kent attorneys at Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C. effectively defend clients against a wide range of drug crimes charges, including drug possession. While each case is dependent on the specific facts, Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C. has built a reputation for fair, honest and effective criminal representation. We are experienced counselors who provide honest advice and recommendations when your very freedom is at stake.
Contact our Portage County criminal defense law office online today, or call us at 330-673-3444. We will arrange to meet you in a convenient location if you are unable to travel to our firm.
Kent/Akron Marijuana Possession and Other Drug Crimes Defense
When you contact Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C., we can immediately evaluate your case to determine the merits. If we represent you, we review police documents and the facts to evaluate whether your arrest and detention meet minimum constitutional protections. We work with prosecutors to resolve each case in an efficient, cost-effective manner. In fact, Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C.’s chief criminal lawyer is a former county prosecutor.
Contact us today if you face drug possession charges, or drug possession with the intent to sell involving:
- Prescription drugs, including Vicodin and other painkillers
Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C. can also assist you if your child was found with drugs in his or her possession. We understand that a drug conviction can have a profound impact on a child’s future, so your child should not plead guilty or accept any plea arrangement without first consulting with Williams, Kratcoski & Can, L.L.C.
Contact Our Kent/Akron Law Firm to Discuss Your Criminal Defense Issues
You have the right to remain silent. You have the right to an attorney. Do not speak to police until you have consulted with an experienced criminal defense attorney.