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New Bern Drug Trafficking & Distribution Lawyer

Providing Effective & Aggressive Representation

If you are facing drug trafficking or distribution charges, you need an aggressive criminal defense attorney to defend your rights and defend you in court. At Chesnutt & Clemmons, we have been defending the rights of New Bern residents for over 20 years.

What Are Drug Trafficking & Distribution Charges?

Drug trafficking and distribution charges involve the unlawful sale, distribution, or transportation of controlled substances. In North Carolina, drug trafficking and distribution charges are very serious and can result in harsh penalties. If you are convicted of drug trafficking or distribution, you will face serious prison time and hefty fines. You may also have to pay for the cost of the investigation, prosecution, and trial. Additionally, you may have to pay for the cost of any property damage or personal injury caused by your actions.

Types of Drug Trafficking & Distribution Cases We Handle

Our New Bern drug trafficking and distribution lawyer handles a wide range of drug trafficking and distribution cases, including:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug cultivation
  • Drug manufacturing
  • Drug trafficking
  • Drug import/export
  • Drug money laundering
  • Drug kidnapping
  • Drug extortion
  • Drug sex trafficking

If you are facing drug trafficking or distribution charges, you need an experienced and dedicated New Bern drug crime attorney to defend you. Our New Bern drug trafficking lawyers have decades of experience and have handled thousands of cases. We know the law and can help you fight your charges and help you get the best possible outcome.

Understanding Local Challenges in New Bern

New Bern, with its rich history and vibrant community, is not immune to the challenges posed by drug trafficking and distribution. The local government, including the New Bern Police Department and Craven County Sheriff's Office, is actively working to combat these issues. However, residents facing charges often find themselves overwhelmed by the complexities of the legal system and the severe penalties associated with these crimes.

One of the significant pain points for New Bern residents is the impact of drug-related activities on their families and communities. The presence of controlled substances can lead to increased crime rates, property damage, and personal injuries, affecting the overall safety and well-being of the area. The financial burden of legal fees, fines, and potential restitution can be devastating.

At Chesnutt & Clemmons, we understand the unique challenges our New Bern clients face. Our deep knowledge of the local legal landscape and our commitment to the community enable us to provide tailored defense strategies that address these issues. Whether you're dealing with charges related to drug possession, trafficking, or distribution, we are here to help you navigate the legal process and work towards the best possible outcome.

We are familiar with the local courts, including the Craven County Courthouse, and have built relationships with key legal professionals in the area. This local insight allows us to effectively advocate for our clients and support them during this difficult time.

Contact Our New Bern Drug Trafficking & Distribution Attorney

If you are facing drug trafficking or distribution charges, do not hesitate to contact our New Bern drug trafficking lawyers. We are available 24/7 to assist you and can be reached using the contact form or by calling (252) 300-0133.

Commonly Asked Questions

What are the consequences of drug trafficking and distribution in New Bern?

In New Bern, North Carolina, the consequences of drug trafficking and distribution are severe. Conviction can lead to significant prison time, substantial fines, and the responsibility to cover the costs of the investigation, prosecution, and trial. Additionally, if any property damage or personal injuries resulted from the illegal activities, the convicted individual may be liable for those costs as well.

What should I do if I'm charged with drug trafficking or distribution in New Bern?

If you're charged with drug trafficking or distribution in New Bern, it's crucial to seek legal representation immediately. Contacting a knowledgeable attorney like those at Chesnutt & Clemmons can help protect your rights and provide you with the aggressive defense strategy needed to navigate the complexities of your case and challenge the charges against you.
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