Vista Drug Crime Lawyer
Free Initial Consultation: (619) 377-3722
Whether you are facing charges of possession, distribution, trafficking, sale or another related charge, talk to a Vista drug crime attorney at JD Law. Attorney James N. Dicks is a board certified criminal law expert with the credentials and experience to effectively fight your charges in state or federal court. No drug crime is too complex for our legal team to handle.
We can represent clients facing drug crime charges involving controlled substances such as:
If convicted of a drug crime, you could be facing a long list of penalties depending on the type of drug and the quantity. Penalties can include steep fines, probation, jail time, mandatory drug treatment, loss of professional licenses/driver’s licenses, seizure of assets and properties. It is important that you work with an attorney who can help you minimize these penalties. Attorney Dicks has been successful in the past at obtaining reduced charges, dismissals, and even acquittals for his clients in drug charges.
Former Narcotics Investigator Ready to Help
As a former narcotics investigator, Attorney James N. Dicks has seen how cases are handled from the prosecuting end. He has personally investigated drug crimes and is well-versed in law enforcement procedures. He can evaluate your charges and determine whether your rights were violated during the investigation and the arrest. Did police officers illegally search you? Was evidence seized through a valid search? Were your rights violated? These and other important questions are critical to drug crime cases. Attorney Dicks can offer you his insight and perspective regarding your charges.
Our clients come from all over Vista and nearby areas. We are conveniently located right across from the North County Courthouse.
Learn more by calling our office at (619) 377-3722. We can discuss your case and explore your options.
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