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Drug Crimes

Drug Crimes

Drug Crimes
If you are facing drug charges, it’s a potentially serious situation and it is in your best interest to hire a defense attorney as soon as possible. A drug conviction in the state of South Carolina comes with severe consequences. You should contact an aggressive criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

South Carolina Drug Crimes Defense Attorney
Our experienced drug defense criminal lawyer prosecuted nearly 1,000 drug cases during his previous tenure at the Solicitor’s Office. Zack Farr worked alongside Law Enforcement on multiple cases, allowing him an insider’s look at how Law Enforcement works drug crimes.

In some of those cases, he saw officers make critical legal errors, lab results that were not always reliable, and false positive tests for drugs and alcohol.

He now uses this information to put together a strong, aggressive strategy for your criminal defense. Having him on our side ensures you the best drug crime defense in the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson areas of South Carolina.

Free South Carolina Drug Crimes Consultation
If you have been charged with a drug crime in South Carolina, the Victoria Law Firm can help you defend the drug charge(s). Call us today for a free drug offenses case evaluation so we can immediately begin protecting your rights.

What You Should Know About Drug Crime in South Carolina
Drug offenses in South Carolina have some of the harshest narcotics penalties in the nation if convicted. The punishment for different charges ranges from fines to lengthy prison sentences, and may even be considered a “strike” which can lead to life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted.

Common Types of Drug Charges in South Carolina:

Possession with the intent to sell, manufacture or distribute (PWID)
Manufacturing (making drugs to sell or for individual use)
Distribution (selling drugs for profit)
Trafficking (over a certain amount and weight of drugs in your possession will be considered trafficking level)