Connecticut Drug Trafficking Defense Attorneys

South Windsor Drug Charges Lawyers

Drug trafficking (sale or distribution) is a serious offense that can include penalties at the state and federal level. If you have been arrested for trafficking, you need an experienced attorney to protect your rights and vigorously defend you from these charges.

For more than 25 years, the attorneys at Berman & Russo have represented clients facing drug trafficking charges in central Connecticut. From our office in South Windsor, we have in-depth knowledge of the local criminal courts.

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Drug Trafficking Charges in State and Federal Court

At our firm, we have extensive experience defending clients at the state level from charges involving drug trafficking and smuggling, including:

  • Possession with intent to sell illegal drugs
  • Sale of illegal narcotics, marijuana or illegally obtained prescription drugs
  • Conspiracy to sell illegal drugs
  • Possession of illegal drugs

Penalties for these crimes vary greatly, depending on the amount of drugs, previous offenses and the type of drug involved. If we need to present your defense to a jury, our attorneys' trial experience helps to ensure that the jury will hear and understand the strengths of your case. When you hire our law firm, we can help you understand the penalties you are facing for trafficking or transportation of drugs in Connecticut.

With our knowledge of the local courts, procedures and prosecutors, we will fight to have your case dismissed or your charges reduced. Our Connecticut drug trafficking defense lawyers have also represented clients at the federal level.

Free Consultation and Aggressive Criminal Defense

Whether you were arrested for transporting or selling cocaine, crack, heroin, prescription drugs or marijuana, we can help you. Contact a South Windsor drug charges attorney at our firm for a free consultation. We represent clients in the courts of Manchester, Rockville/Vernon, Enfield, Hartford, New Britain and Middletown.