Don’t Let Drug Trafficking Charges Ruin Your Future
For over 20 years, attorney Brad C. Richardson has defended South Carolina residents facing serious criminal charges. At his firm, The Law Office of Brad C. Richardson, LLC, Mr. Richardson does everything he can to defend his clients, from college students and vacationers to locals who have lived here for years.
As a former senior prosecutor, he knows how South Carolina’s legal system works. This knowledge is invaluable when it comes to building a strong defense strategy.
What Should You Know About Drug Trafficking Charges?
If you are found with any amount of a controlled substance, you could face drug charges. Mr. Richardson regularly represents individuals accused of possession or distribution of methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, marijuana and LSD.
Drug trafficking, specifically, has to do with the manufacture, distribution and sale of narcotics. If convicted, the consequences you could face depend on a number of factors, such as the type of drug and its quantity. You could be looking at a 30-year jail sentence and fines of up to $50,000. This is why it is crucial to have an experienced criminal defense attorney you can trust by your side.
You can face drug charges at both the state and federal levels. Federal charges tend to be accompanied by much harsher penalties. Mr. Richardson’s goal is to minimize or eliminate the prosecution’s case against you. He examines all areas of a claim in order to find any mistakes made by the police or the prosecution. Furthermore, he values the attorney-client relationship. He will listen to your side of the story and use his knowledge and experience to defend your rights.
Partner With A Strong Defense Attorney Today
As your lawyer, Mr. Richardson will do everything he can to reach the best possible solution to your case. In criminal cases, it is imperative that you discuss your options with him sooner rather than later.
To schedule a consultation and learn more about how he can help, call 843-773-2766. He has offices in Myrtle Beach, Conway and Marion.