Strong Defense Against Drug and Weapons Charges
The war on drugs is not over. Criminal penalties for drug charges like possession, distribution and trafficking are as strong as ever. Even a conviction for a seemingly small-time crime like marijuana possession may stay on your criminal record — which is accessible to potential employers and landlords who run criminal background checks.
Weapons charges are similar in many ways to drug charges. With drug charges, the sentencing possibilities change based on the type and amount of illegal narcotic. For example, possession of marijuana is a different type of crime than possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.
With weapons charges, mere possession of a gun during the commission of a crime can lead to sentencing enhancements. The same may be true if the gun is unlicensed. Another weapons charge that may lead to sentencing enhancements is the charge of felon in possession of a weapon.
Criminal Defense Law Firm ∙ Bethesda and Washington, DC
Fight back against drug charges and weapons charges. Get help from an aggressive and experienced criminal defense lawyer. The Law Offices of Lloyd A. Malech handles criminal charges in the state and federal courts of both Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Seasoned criminal trial lawyer Lloyd A. Malech has more than 15 years' experience as a criminal defense lawyer. In his criminal defense practice, he focuses careful attention on protection of his clients' constitutional rights — as a way to protect their record and their freedom.
A Key to the Defense of Drugs and Weapons Charges
The constitutional protection against illegal search and seizure is invaluable in building a defense to drugs and weapons charges. Even if the police find incriminating material on your person, in your car or in your home, we may be able to keep that evidence from coming into play if we uncover evidence that the police violated your constitutional rights.
After an Arrest, Get Legal Help As Quickly As Possible
Don't delay — if you have been arrested or if you are under investigation for crimes related to drugs or weapons, get help from a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.
To make an immediate appointment with attorney Lloyd A. Malech, call 301.913.9119 or 202.955.1011, or contact us online. All calls and emails are returned promptly. We serve clients throughout the greater Washington, DC metro area.