Ohio Attorneys Defending Against Drug and Drug Paraphernalia Possession

Ohio Drug Paraphernalia Offense Lawyer

There is no such thing as a small drug charge. A conviction for drug possession or possession of drugs, including possession of marijuana, possession of cocaine and possession of heroin, as well as of possession of drug paraphernalia, can have significant and lasting consequences. In addition to the possibility of jail time, prison time or probation, a drug paraphernalia or possession charge can have a lasting impact on your employment opportunities. Drug related convictions also carry a mandatory driver’s license suspension, regardless of the circumstances surrounding the offense.

If you have been charged with drug possession or possession of drugs, including possession of marijuana, possession of cocaine or possession of heroin, as well as possession of drug paraphernalia or any other drug charge in Columbus, Marysville, Delaware or any other city in Central Ohio, including a school campus, such as The Ohio State University, we encourage you to contact our drug crime attorney, Michael S. Probst. He has been a criminal defense attorney since 1999, and he handles all drug charges, including:

Our defense attorney represents both adults and juvenile, and he handles all misdemeanor and felony charges, including all state and federal charges. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact our law office in Columbus, Ohio.

Former Ohio Prosecutor

Prior to becoming a criminal defense attorney, our criminal defense worked as an assistant prosecutor. This experience as an assistant prosecutor has provided him with invaluable experience, especially in drug cases. Misdemeanor and felony drug charges are one of the most common types of criminal charges that prosecutors deal with, as well as OVI/DUI/DWI charges.

We understand the issues that are most critical in drug offense cases, such as search and seizure issues, motions to suppress illegally obtained evidence, search warrant validity, vehicle stops, probable cause and more. Perhaps most important is our attorney’s knowledge of different plea agreements and alternatives that may allow you to protect your record and limit your exposure to adverse consequences and penalties.

Contact Drug Crime Defense Lawyer in Columbus, OH

To speak with a criminal defense attorney about drug possession charges or any other drug-related charge, call 614-232-8890 or contact us by email.