If you are accused of trafficking drugs, you could be facing severe penalties from the state of Tennessee and the federal government. Trafficking involves the production, distribution, transportation, or sale of larger amounts of illegal substances.
Conviction of trafficking could lead to years in prison and huge fines. Make sure you give yourself a fighting chance by talking to one of our skilled Memphis criminal defense attorneys as soon as possible. Leffler Renfroe is dedicated to defending the rights and freedoms of our clients.
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If you are charged by the federal government, there are certain mandatory minimum penalties for conviction. Because of these laws, judges and courts in Tennessee are not allowed to hand down sentences less than those established by the federal government. Likewise, you may face harsher penalties for selling or trafficking too near a playground or school, and transporting drugs across state lines will involve federal prosecution. Being convicted of trafficking a Schedule I drug, for example, is a Class B felony, which will result in 8 to 12 years in prison and a fine up to $100,000.
If you’re facing trafficking charges, make sure to call a qualified Memphis drug crimes attorney as soon as possible. A conviction could not only lead to a long prison sentence and exorbitant fines, but it will be listed on your criminal record. People with criminal convictions encounter significantly more problems finding employment and housing. Our firm will do all we can to clear your name and defend your rights and freedom. We have more than 60 years of combined legal experience to offer your case. Let us see what we can do for you in a case consultation.
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