Determined Drug Crime Defense
If you have been charged with a drug trafficking or if you are under investigation, there is no time to waste. No matter what happened – or why – your future is on the line. A federal drug crime conviction can leave you with a criminal sentence from three years to life, causing lasting harm to your future. Get a handle on your situation by contacting a lawyer who truly cares and will work hard to help you preserve your freedom.
Jim Shaw and Associates in Fayetteville, Arkansas, exists precisely to help someone in your shoes. I am attorney Jim Shaw, the founder and owner of this firm, and I appreciate your consideration. My law practice can be a source of help and hope.
Representing The Accused
My clients contact me because of a variety of circumstances, such as:
- When someone they were with has been charged with a drug crime, leading to suspicions, investigations and talk of conspiracy
- When they have been charged with possession, manufacture, cultivation, distribution or trafficking of street drugs
- When they have been the target of a drug bust
- When law enforcement agents have allegedly found illegal substances in their homes or cars or in their pockets
Their cases involve a full range of controlled substances and related items, including:
- Cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin
- Methamphetamines (meth)
- Prescription drugs such as Oxycodone and Percocet in their possession without prescriptions
- Drug paraphernalia
If you contact me, I will tackle urgent issues right away, such as getting you out of jail. Then I will gather all the facts needed to build a strong defense strategy in your best interests. If the police used illegal search and seizure methods before accusing you of a crime, I will document these details.
Providing Solutions That Offer Real Hope
I am here to guide you through the legal justice system and fight federal charges. I will help you pursue the best attainable outcome. Depending on multiple factors, I may help you get reduced charges and penalties, a case dismissal, probation or deferred judgment (allowing you time to meet criteria for a positive result).