Drug crimes are very serious offenses that can result in severe penalties if convicted. The Oregon Revised Statutes §475 defines Oregon's Uniform Controlled Substance Act, which prohibits the possession, delivery / distribution, and manufacturing of certain types of drugs without the appropriate authorization (such as a prescription or special registration from the Board of Pharmacy).
Penalties for drug crimes are dependent on the various factors involved in the drug crime, such as the type and quantity of drugs involved. Without the right Portland drug crime defense attorney at your side, you could be forced to pay the price of a criminal conviction.
If you have been arrested for an Oregon drug crime, call a Portland criminal defense attorney right away for a free consultation. Do not hesitate. Know your RIGHTS!
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There are multiple offenses that can be constituted as drug crimes. At our criminal defense law firm, we understand that no matter what the charge is, you are in need of aggressive representation. We handle a wide range of drug crime charges, including possession, manufacturing, trafficking, distribution, and other types of drug-related offenses.
Drug crime cases involve various types of controlled substances, such as the ones listed below:
Are you a patient, caregiver or grower in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program? If so, you could have unique legal rights that other defendants don't. For example, you may be entitled to have your confiscated medicine and/or equipment returned. Call us to learn more.
Drug crime convictions often result in penalties such as jail / prison time and heavy fines. With an effective attorney by your side, you may be able to avoid these life-altering consequences!
No matter what type of drug is involved in your case, the experienced legal advocates at our firm can help. Every drug case is unique and heavily fact-specific. The two smart things you can do for your case are to know your rights (the most important ones are listed here), and contact us today.