West Valley City Drug Possession Attorneys
Even a small amount of marijuana can cause extreme consequences to your immigration status if you are in the United States illegally. It is important to contact a law firm that is experienced in defending drug charges and immigration status.
The Salt Lake City firm of Ishola-Tarin has a great deal of experience navigating clients through legal dilemmas involving drug charges. We understand that these matters must be handled in a much different way than traditional criminal charges. You could be facing a devastating impact to your immigration status.
Our attorneys have the skill and legal experience necessary to defend you from these criminal charges and protect your status in the U.S.
- Drug possession
- Drug distribution or sales
- Drug manufacturing or cultivation
- Drug trafficking
- Prescription fraud
Our firm has handled cases involving a wide range of drugs, including:
- Methamphetamine (crystal meth)
- Prescription drugs
If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime, it is important to contact an experienced firm to help you through this trouble.
Immigration Law Versus Criminal Defense
In criminal defense, the simplest way to settle a negotiation is to accept a plea agreement. This agreement can stipulate smaller fines or community service rather than jail time. However, if matters are complicated by issues surrounding immigration, there might be severe consequences.
If you are in the country illegally, do not take the easy way out. It might seem like it is a minor charge, and you won't serve jail time. But a criminal conviction can devastate your immigration status and potentially lead to deportation. Contact a lawyer at our firm immediately so we can begin to develop your case strategy and defend your rights and freedom.
Contact Our Firm
If you have questions regarding drug charges in Utah, schedule a consultation with an attorney at Ishola-Tarin, PLLC. We offer phone or office consultations and accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover as payment. Contact us by calling 877-729-2264, 801-930-0529 or by completing our online contact form.