Experienced Elizabethtown Drug Defense Attorney Fights Charges of Possession and Intent to Sell

We handle cases involving all types of controlled substances, including crystal meth, cannabis and cocaine

Convictions for crimes related to drugs and controlled substances have very serious consequences in Kentucky. Punishment includes steep fines and potentially severe prison sentences, depending on the type and amount of substance involved.

Our knowledgeable Elizabethtown drug defense attorneys know how to protect your freedom. We have experience defending against charges related to possession, trafficking, cultivation and manufacture of illegal substances.

Our drug possession lawyers have experience with all types of charges related to restricted substances

The drug possession lawyers at Aldridge & Aldridge have years of experience prosecuting and defending criminal charges. Our Elizabethtown criminal attorneys handle cases related to all types of controlled substances, including:

  • Crystal meth and other methamphetamines
  • Cannabis (marijuana)
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin and other opiates
  • Ecstasy (MDMA)
  • LSD (acid), mushrooms, PCP and other hallucinogens
  • Synthetic THC, bath salts and herbal remedies
  • Steroids
  • Fraudulent prescriptions

Our attorneys in Elizabethtown, KY are skilled at challenging overzealous police and prosecutors

The manufacture, sale, and possession of meth are common charges in Kentucky criminal courts. Often, however, the charges are based on weak Constitutional grounds because of improper actions by police officers and other law enforcement officials.

Our experienced Elizabethtown criminal defense lawyers at Aldridge & Aldridge, PSC are often successful in defeating charges because we understand that a strong defense to drug charges begins with investigating the search which led to an arrest. An important part of an effective defense involves challenging police officers’ methods that were used to detect whatever drugs are in evidence. For example, when a home is involved, police officers must obtain a warrant supported by probable cause before they may search the home. When a vehicle is involved, officers must first have reasonable suspicion to stop the vehicle, and they must have probable cause to believe they will find evidence of a crime before searching the vehicle.

Police may not legally stop and search a vehicle on just a hunch, but it actually happens quite frequently. In situations like these, our Elizabethtown drug defense attorneys may be able to help you defeat the charges.

Contact our criminal defense attorneys in Elizabethtown, KY for help with drug and controlled substance cases

Initial consultations with our Elizabethtown drug crime attorneys are always free and confidential. Please call our office at 270-765-2000 or contact us online to discuss how we may be able to help you.