Nationwide Drug Crime Lawyers

We can help defend you from drug charges such as:

  • Possession

  • Intent to distribute

  • Manufacturing

  • DUI

Helping You At A Discounted Rate

Our nationwide drug crimes attorneys offer clients a one-time, flat fee without hidden expenses depending on the case. We don’t charge our clients by the hour, so they can pick up the phone to ask us a question without having to dread the bill later. As soon as you become aware that you are investigating a drug crime, please speak to a drug defense lawyer at our office. At Imhoff & Associates, we will vigorously fight for your defense.


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Aggressive Defense Against Serious Criminal Drug Charges Throughout The Nation

Being accused of a drug crime is a serious matter that needs to be addressed with the help of a skilled drug crime lawyer. At Imhoff & Associates, our nationwide drug crimes lawyers can defend you, regardless of what type of drugs or the number of drugs you are being charged with. We believe that there are two sides to every story, and we're here to make sure your story is told and heard. Each piece of evidence will be carefully scrutinized in search of the strongest defense strategy. Our firm has a national reach, so we are capable of defending individuals in 48 states.

Laws vary from state to state, but for the most part, drug crimes can be penalized with:

  • Time behind bars
  • Expensive fines
  • A criminal record

Providing Criminal Defense For All Drugs Including Marijuana, Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Crack Cocaine, And Heroin

While marijuana has been legalized in many states across the nation, the various laws can cause a great deal of legal trouble and confusion. In many states, medical use of cannabis is permitted but recreational marijuana use is illegal. Meanwhile, places like our home state of California have legalized marijuana for recreational use. Recreational use, however, does not mean you can have as much Marijuana as you want or that you can do whatever you want with it. There are still many strict laws concerning how much marijuana you can have, who can sell it, and where you can use it.

Harder drugs like cocaine, heroin and, methamphetamine are no longer felonies in California, but even the penalties and stigma of being convicted of a misdemeanor can alter your life drastically. Even if fighting the case does not seem like the best plan, we can help you get a deal that may protect you from spending time in jail and having a conviction on your record.

Our nationwide drug crimes attorneys can help you understand the drug laws in your state and defend you accordingly. If you have been charged with other drugs, our firm can defend you as well.

Does Having Drugs In Your System Count As Possession?

You could be charged with a DUI if your body contains any amount of a controlled substance listed in Schedule I or II, or its metabolite, other than marijuana or tetrahydrocannabinol.

Is Buying Drugs The Same As Possession?

Possession is defined as knowingly and intentionally having the controlled substance without a valid prescription and in a quantity substantial enough for personal use or sale. Possession with intent to distribute is a more serious charge than possession. It’s defined as a person selling or offering to sell a controlled substance. It’s also defined as preparing, shipping, transporting, delivering, or distributing an illegal drug when an individual knows it will be sold or resold by someone else.

What Are the Drug Diversion Programs?

California, and many other states, have decided to try and give a second chance to drug offenders who are willing to go to rehabilitation. Drug diversion programs are something you can do in order to avoid serving time in jail and getting a conviction on your record. To get into the program you have to agree that if you fail to complete it, a guilty plea will automatically be entered in your case and you will once again be subject to all of the original charges.

To be eligible:

  • Your charge can't involve any violence.
  • You must not have any more serious charges against you.
  • You can't have any felony convictions in the last 5 years.

Things you must do in drug diversion include:

  • Substance abuse program
  • Probation 12-18 months (with drug testing)
  • $100-1000 restitution
  • Stable employment or school

Scale of justiceFighting For Your Defense At A Discounted Rate

Depending on the case, we offer our clients a one-time flat fee without hidden expenses. We don’t charge our clients by the hour, so they can pick up the phone to ask us a question without having to dread the bill later. As soon as you become aware that you are under investigation of a drug crime, speak to a Nationwide drug crimes lawyer at our office. At Imhoff & Associates, we will vigorously fight for your defense.


Are you facing drug charges? Contact Imhoff & Associates, PC today to connect with one of our nationwide drug crimes lawyers.