Federal Drug Conspiracy Charges
A drug conspiracy consists of two or more people who agree to commit a drug-related crime. Prosecutors do not need to prove that you possessed drugs or intended to sell them. Instead, the prosecution must show that there was a drug conspiracy and you were a member of it.
The stakes are high in a drug conspiracy case. A conviction could result in a statutory mandatory minimum sentence of incarceration, fines and other consequences. At the law office of Koffsky & Felsen, LLC, our lawyers have more than 35 years of combined experience handling drug cases in New York and Connecticut Federal Courts.
We know what it takes to get the best possible outcome in your case. Call us at 203-327-1500 or contact us online for a free consultation
Drug Conspiracy Investigations
Drug conspiracy charges are often the result of a federal investigation by an agency such as the FBI or DEA. These investigations can take time, and they will often involve significant amounts of evidence. Law enforcement may have a confidential informant or a snitch providing them with information and evidence.
Our attorneys will carefully review the evidence and investigate the circumstances that led to your arrest for drug conspiracy. In some cases, it may be possible to suppress government evidence that has been obtained through an illegal search and seizure. We know how to challenge the testimony of cooperating witnesses and informants who are untrustworthy. Out attorneys will explore every available avenue to fight the charges against you and protect your rights throughout the process.
Contact a Federal Drug Charge Defense Attorney in Fairfield County
We have extensive experience representing clients in Federal Court. We can help you build a defense to the charges you face, including conspiracy and other drug-related charges:
- Possession of narcotics
- Possession with intent to sell or sale of narcotics
- Prescription drug offenses
- Conspiracy to sell/distribute narcotics
- Drug trafficking
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Operating a drug factory
At our firm, we handle cases involving all types of drugs, all over Fairfield County and throughout Connecticut. Whether you were arrested for illegal possession of narcotics, possession of marijuana or for selling prescription drugs, we can protect your rights and help you fight your drug charges.
Contact a Connecticut Drug Possession Defense Lawyer Today
We offer free initial consultation so that you can get a better understanding of your case and options. Either call our Stamford office at 203-327-1500 or send us an e-mail for more information.