Aggressive Defense Against Fentanyl Charges

After a recent drug bust operation that included a seizure of fentanyl and cocaine in North Carolina, several prominent government officials made the following forceful statements:

  • “Our office is working…to…put those fueling the drug epidemic behind bars.” – U.S. Attorney Michael Easley
  • “…[Our] federal and state partners [are combating] the drug epidemic…[This] activity is not welcomed or tolerated in our community.” – Sampson County Sheriff Jimmy Thornton
  • “Drug trafficking…[fuels] violent crime…Disrupting these networks has a major impact.” – Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Special Agent in Charge Bennie Mims
  • “Dangerous drugs have taken a terrible toll on our communities. Drug traffickers should know they will face the consequences of their actions.” – Robert J. Murphy, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Atlanta Division.  “

Obviously, the disruption of illegal drug crimes including fentanyl distribution is a strong focus among law enforcement agents in our region. For someone who is suspected, arrested or charged with such a crime, aggressive, skillful defense representation is essential. Were you caught up in a similar sting and sweep operation? Or did your arrest involve a small amount of fentanyl in an isolated incident? Perhaps you were not involved at all, but rather, were arrested because of the actions of someone near you.

No matter how it happened, if you have been charged with possession or distribution of illegal drugs, you need the personalized advocacy that you will find at Frasier & Griffin, PLLC. Our drug crime attorneys are ready to make your defense an urgent high priority after a fentanyl possession arrest.

How We Can Help

When we are on your side, you will have a calm voice of reason available to guide you through all encounters with the criminal justice system. We will make sure that you understand the charges, the risks and all your legal options. Will you acknowledge guilt and seek a plea bargain? Or will you steadfastly insist on your innocence? Rest assured that we will not tell you what to do. Instead, we will empower you to make the right decisions for your future.

In some cases, you may have a positive outcome available if you take specific actions, such as participating in drug abuse therapy or identifying others who allegedly committed the fentanyl-related crimes you have been accused of. We will honestly explain your choices and the likely results of the decisions that you make. We will be beside you every step of the way until you can put this case behind you.

Please Get In Touch

Above all, we want you to see your way forward beyond this frightening time after a drug crime arrest. We have helped many North Carolina residents find alternatives to the worst-case scenarios, and we can do so for you.

Call us at 919-263-5522 or send an email inquiry to schedule a free consultation after a drug arrest, including fentanyl possession or distribution allegations.