Akron Attorney for Cocaine Charges

Get Effective Representation for Your Drug Offense

Have you been arrested for possession of cocaine? This is a serious charge that can carry extensive penalties. Even the lowest cocaine charge for a felony 5 possession carries a prison sentence. Fortunately, there are a number of defenses for drug crimes, so you should consult immediately with my firm, Christopher G. Thomarios, Esq. LLC.

I have been providing tough representation as an Akron criminal defense attorney for clients for ten years, and I know how to challenge evidence presented by a prosecutor at trial. My goal is to have your charges reduced or dismissed, or obtain an acquittal whenever possible.

Penalties for Cocaine Possession

Cocaine normally is found in powder or hard forms, the latter being known as crack cocaine. Crack cocaine is considered the most addictive form of the drug. It takes a lesser amount of crack cocaine, i.e., 10 grams, to bring the same third degree felony charge as 25-100 grams of powder cocaine. Regardless of the amount, possession is always a felony. A conviction can bring a prison sentence of many years and a criminal record. Some examples of effective defenses include exposing any illegal search and seizure procedures utilized by the police or unlawfully coercing witnesses.

Contact My Firm for a Free Initial Case Evaluation

When I represent you, you can expect a very one-on-one approach to your case. I take the time to listen to you to understand your situation as fully as possible. I was honored to be included in the Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ list of 2013. Every case is unique, and you can be sure you won't be treated "just like every other case." Don't take chances with your future. A criminal record will be a serious deterrent to your future goals, including education, voting rights, employment and more.

Maximize your chances of avoiding prison by contacting me right away.

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