Drug Charges and Minor In Possesion (MIP)
Prosecutors in Missouri aggressively pursue convictions in drug cases. If you are accused of committing a drug offense or minor possession of alcohol, you need a strong and aggressive defense strategy.
Our team of attorneys, including, Robert N. Hamilton and Jennifer R. Piper, are experienced defense lawyers committed to protecting your constitutional rights and preserving your freedom. We know how to help level the playing field for individuals facing state and federal drug charges, including:
- Possession of marijuana or other illegal substances
- Illegal possession of prescription drugs
- Possession with intent to distribute
- Conspiracy to distribute
- Drug trafficking
We also have a strong background defending juveniles facing minor in possession of alcohol charges. Put our law firm's experience and legal skills to work for you. Contact us today for an initial phone consultation with a highly skilled St. Louis drug charge lawyer. We can review your case and discuss your legal options.
Fighting to Protect Your Rights and Preserve Your Freedom
Our team of defense lawyers have extensive experience defending people accused of felony and misdemeanor drug charges in Missouri. We will aggressively defend your rights at every turn possible.
Most drug cases hinge on the key issues of search and seizure, the use of informants, or inaccurate information revealed in the chain of evidence. We have a comprehensive understanding of the law as it relates to these and other issues. Our legal team will take every opportunity possible to use motions to suppress evidence and motions to dismiss charges. We will energetically defend your rights, while seeking to mitigate any potential penalties.
Handling Minor in Possession of Alcohol Charges in Missouri
Minor in possession of alcohol (MIP) charges may not sound serious but can have long-term consequences on a person's life. An MIP conviction can result in a criminal record that can affect your educational opportunities and career prospects. A first-time conviction will also result in the suspension of your driver's license for 30 days, with longer suspensions for second and third offenses.
The best thing you can do for yourself is to retain an experienced defense lawyer to protect your rights. Our law firm has the skills, resources and tenacity to secure your rights at every turn possible. We will work hard to obtain a dismissal or a reduction to a non-alcohol-related charge.
Our goal is to minimize the long-term consequences of a conviction. We are also available to try and expunge an MIP conviction, so your criminal record would be sealed.
Contact Our Skilled St. Louis Narcotic Possession Defense Lawyers
Whether you are accused of drug possession or MIP charges, the best investment you can make is to enlist the help of an experienced St. Louis criminal defense attorney. Contact our office today for an initial consultation by calling 314-333-4140 or contact us online.