If you or a loved one faces drug charges, you want an experienced lawyer who will defend your case aggressively, but also one who will attack the charges at every level. In a large portion of criminal drug cases, there is no evidence and no basis for the criminal charges without the evidence seized during a traffic stop, search of a defendant’s car, or an executed search warrant. When the police search through your car, come into your home, or search your belongings, there are specific rules they must comply with under the fourth amendment of the Constitution. At our firm, we believe in a thorough review of every piece of evidence and how it was obtained.
Oklahoma differentiates the following drug crimes:
Distributing – Knowingly or intentionally distributing a controlled dangerous substances.
Manufacturing – Knowingly or intentionally manufacturing (or attempting to manufacture) a controlled dangerous substance.
Possession of Precursor Substances with Intent to Manufacture – Knowingly or intentionally possessing precursor substances (chemical/elements set out in 63 O.S. 2001, § 2-322) with the intent to use the precursor substance(s) to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance.
Endeavoring to Manufacture – Knowingly or intentionally offering/soliciting/attempting/conspiring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance.
Aggravated Manufacturing – Knowingly or intentionally manufacturing or attempting to manufacture a specified amount of substances listed in 63 O.S. 2004, § 2-401(G)(3).
Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Distribute – Knowing and intentional possession of controlled dangerous substances with an intent to manufacture/distribute.
Possession- knowing and intentional possession of the controlled dangerous substance.
Possession of Paraphernalia – knowing and intentionally using/possessing drug paraphernalia.
Cultivation- Knowingly cultivating/producing/(permitting the cultivation/production/[wild growing] of); any species of plant from which is derived the controlled dangerous substance on land owned (or controlled by) the defendant.
Trafficking in Illegal Drugs- Knowingly distributed/manufactured/possessed an amount set forth in the 63 O.S. Supp. 2000 § 2-415(c) of the controlled substance. Oklahoma, like other states and the federal government, set a specified amount/weight of drugs which puts it into the category of trafficking. Oklahoma also allows a person to be prosecuted if he solicits the services of a person under 18 to distribute/manufacture the statutory trafficking amount.
At our firm, we defend against a wide range of misdemeanor and felony drug charges in the state and federal courts of Oklahoma. Aggressive legal representation can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. At our firm, we strive to provide our clients with only the best service and representation throughout every stage of the criminal process. Contact our Tulsa Drug Crime Defense Lawyers by phone at (918)592-1144 or online here for a consultation.