Fight The Uphill Fight After A Drug Crime Arrest With Full Support
Drug charges are prosecuted heavily in Pennsylvania. If you are charged with a drug offense and are subsequently convicted of that offense, it will remain on your record for the rest of your life. Drug offenses in Pennsylvania can carry mandatory periods of incarceration, result in loss of driver’s license and affect one’s professional licensing. Most people end up contacting a lawyer too late in the process, so if you are facing drug charges the first step to take is to contact a criminal defense lawyer immediately.
Rapa Law Office, P.C., has a robust criminal practice that is led by attorney Matthew J. Rapa. He received not guilty verdicts for clients charged with serious drug offenses and has successfully argued that evidence be thrown out because of illegal police searches. As soon as you are charged or questioned by police, you need to contact Rapa Law Office, P.C., to protect your rights.
Possession, Possession With Intent To Deliver And Prescription Drug Crimes
Even something as simple as a possession charge can negatively impact your future. Both misdemeanor and felony drug offenses have harsh punishments, which can include jail or prison time. Drug defense attorney Matthew J. Rapa handles cases involving:
- Marijuana, heroin, Ecstasy, cocaine, oxycodone and more
- Possession with intent to deliver
- Drug paraphernalia
- Prescription drug charges
- Fraudulent acquisition of prescription medications
Working Toward The Best Outcome
Prosecutors will often push for the maximum punishment for a drug crime, especially if there are other charges such as burglary, theft or a weapons offense involved. Matthew J. Rapa has experience in court handling such matters and is known for his litigation skills. He will scrutinize the Commonwealth’s case against you, set realistic expectations, and take initiative when representing you in your drug or criminal case, right from the start.
Experienced Drug Crime Lawyer Serving Monroe County And Other Pennsylvania Areas
We do not charge for initial consultations at Rapa Law Office, P.C. Contact us at 610-589-0663 to discuss the drug charges you are facing and how we can help you. With offices in Lehighton and Allentown, we serve clients throughout the surrounding Pennsylvania areas.