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Cincinnati Drug Trafficking Lawyer

Defending Against Drug Trafficking Charges in Hamilton County

Drug trafficking offenses, as federal crimes, are frequently punished with some of the most severe penalties in the legal system. Numerous details of your case, such as the amount of illegal drugs in question or where you were when you were arrested, will cause your potential punishments to vary. However, you can expect a prison sentence that might be 10 years or more and fines starting at $25,000.

Are you facing charges of drug trafficking? Call Bleile & Dawson today at (513) 399-5945 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with our drug trafficking attorney in Cincinnati.

Why Hire Bleile & Dawson?

Drug trafficking offenses could destroy your future if you are convicted. Relying on a public defender could mean using someone who is unable to give your case the focus and attention it needs to stand a chance in court. Hiring a private attorney is a wise option, and choosing an excellent representative is of utmost importance.

When you come to our firm and our Cincinnati criminal defense attorneys, you will be backed by a powerful team that has earned numerous accolades and accomplishments, including:

  • 20+ years of collective legal experience
  • Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for Criminal Defense winners for 2014
  • Compassionate 24/7 client support
  • Impressive list of beneficial case results

Common Violations That Constitute Drug Trafficking

The actual crime of drug trafficking can be seen as a sort of “umbrella term,” as it can actually cover several forms of criminal activity. Some of the more common violations that constitute drug trafficking include:

  • Selling and purchasing
  • Manufacturing
  • Distributing
  • Cultivation
  • Transportation

It should be noted that strictly illegal drugs are not the only materials that constitute this serious crime. Controlled prescription drugs or large amounts of over-the-counter medicines involved in any of the above actions may lead to drug trafficking charges.

Is Drug Trafficking a Felony in Ohio?

In Ohio, the amount and type of drug being trafficked largely determines the sentence you may face. For example, in general, trafficking a drug that is in Schedule III, IV, or V can result in a fifth-degree felony. Other circumstances, such as if the drug was trafficked near a school, can cause the sentence and penalties to be more severe.

Contact Our Drug Trafficking Attorney Today

Our Cincinnati criminal defense lawyers at Bleile & Dawson take pride in knowing that they offer clients excellent and comprehensive defense from the scrutiny of the overbearing legal system. Analyzing all evidence and understanding litigation inside and out helps us develop a strong defense on your behalf and could spare you from the harsh consequences of a drug trafficking conviction. When it comes to defending your freedom, you need to know you are fully prepared.

Contact Bleile & Dawson today to get started on your defense with our Cincinnati drug trafficking lawyer.

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  • Not Guilty Drug Trafficking; Drug Possession
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  • Case Dismissed Title IX Sexual Assault
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