Secure The Services Of An Experienced Defense Attorney Handling Federal Drug Conspiracy

The Richmond, Virginia, area is a transportation hub for the east coast. With major interstates and other roadways throughout, the area is a highly traveled crossroads. Law enforcement recognizes this fact and regularly stations patrols around this area.

Citations are most frequently given for traffic offenses. However, a seemingly minor traffic stop can quickly escalate when police suspect drug possession or trafficking. If you believe you have been the target of illegal search and seizure or you have been arrested and charged with federal drug conspiracy, it's time to take action and reach out to my firm, John A. March, Attorney at Law.

Aggressive State And Federal Drug Crimes Defense

Federal law for conspiracy is broad and encompasses more than the ring leaders at the top. Beyond suppliers, the law can apply to the mules who are transporting drugs including:

  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Steroids
  • Prescription pills

With experience handling criminal defense at the state and federal levels, I provide drug crime representation throughout the Eastern District of Virginia. My cases have included small marijuana distribution to grow houses to multi-kilo cocaine operations.

With every case, especially those that originate from traffic citations, I thoroughly investigate each detail, including reviewing evidence and interviewing witnesses. I am careful to scrutinize search and seizure, and to pursue dismissal of cases where police violated protocol and disregarded a person's Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures.

Protection Of Constitutional Rights And Freedom

If you have been charged with federal drug conspiracy or are facing felony drug charges, it is essential to protect your rights by obtaining strong drug crimes defense. You have the right to an attorney and the right to remain silent. If you are arrested, always be polite and patient with law enforcement officers; other than your name answer no other questions — just ask for your attorney. It is then that you or your family should contact John A. March.

You can be certain that the prosecution will do everything to build a tight case against you, including the involvement of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and even the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Do not give them the evidence and information they need by answering their questions. Even if you are innocent, refrain from saying anything without first talking with your lawyer.

When faced with drug charges, reach out to me, John A. March, by calling 804-554-3729 or by completing an online contact form. I am prepared to aggressively challenge the prosecution and provide uncompromising drug crimes defense. Contact me to protect your reputation, your rights and your freedom.