Cincinnati Drug Crime Attorney
Relentless Defense from a Seasoned Trial Lawyer
Have you been charged with a drug crime? These are some of the worst criminal charges a person can face, especially if the alleged offense involves drugs such as cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, or large quantities of marijuana. Drug crime convictions can land people in jail or prison for long periods of time and can incur high fines. Don't let that person be you – contact a seasoned defense lawyer today!
Bleile & Dawson is familiar with Ohio drug crime laws and has a solid track record in criminal defense. Our team of attorneys can skillfully defend you, fighting tirelessly until your charges are reduced or dismissed altogether. Your freedom is our main concern and we will give everything we have to prevent you from facing a drug crime conviction.
If you are facing charges, discuss your case in a FREE consultation with a Cincinnati drug crime lawyer today. We are available 24/7.
Types of Drug Crimes we Handle
The most common drug charges in Ohio involve marijuana. While Ohio has decriminalized the possession of marijuana, this does not mean that you won't be penalized. Your first offense could be dismissed if you were found in possession of a small amount of marijuana for your own personal use, but you could face a misdemeanor for possessing larger amounts, or for possession with intent to distribute marijuana to another person.
Possession of larger amounts of marijuana or trafficking marijuana across state lines is treated as a felony. Possession of 200 or more grams of marijuana is a felony, as is trafficking, distributing or selling any amount of marijuana. You could face 6 months or more in jail or prison.
In Ohio, the following types of drugs are illegal to possess, sell, distribute, traffic, or manufacture in any amount:
The following drugs are illegal to possess without a valid prescription from a qualified physician:
You could even face drug crime charges for possessing prescription-strength painkillers and NSAIDs such as aspirin, ibuprofen or naproxen without a valid prescription.