Defending You Against Drug Distribution Charges

Both Colorado lawmakers and Denver-area law enforcement officials believe drug distribution and manufacturing to be big problems in our state. The result of all of this anti-drug sentiment is that we have aggressive police and prosecutors, and harsh legal penalties for drug trafficking and manufacture. Even cultivation crimes can include significant prison time, even though you may have a medical marijuana card.

Though the words "distribution" and "trafficking" conjure images of cars, trucks and state borders, drug distribution is a drug-related crime most often done on a small, local scale. Either way, legal consequences are severe.

A Typical Case

A typical drug distribution case might look something like this. A guy buys pot from a friend. Another friend asks the guy to get him some. They meet in a Safeway parking lot or other ordinary location and the pot is shared. This same scenario happens again, but this time 1) police are watching and, 2) money is exchanged to lessen the expense. "Helping a friend" is now deemed "distributing drugs."

The next thing you know, officers from the Metro Drug Task Force are coming into your home, or detaining you in your car and asking questions about who you deal to, or who you buy from. They say if you don't talk to them or give them three names that they are going to charge you with felony drug charges. Do you talk to them? Do you not talk to them? Make your decision easy; call us and we'll do the heavy lifting so you don't have to.

Lawyers With the Experience to Provide Your Best-Possible Defense

At the law firm of Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., we can provide the legal help needed following serious drug charges. We have handled hundreds of drug charges as defense attorneys and government lawyers. Using this experience, we can defend you against misdemeanor and felony charges involving pot, hash, coke, meth, crack, mushrooms, Ecstasy, LSD, and other illegal drugs, as well as controlled substances like Percocet, Vicodin and OxyContin.

Does your case involve large drug amounts? Drug paraphernalia? Prescription drugs? The presence of weapons? Questions of who really owns the drugs? The sharing of alleged perpetrators' names in exchange for leniency (snitching)?

We can handle these and other complications and seek to reduce, minimize or eliminate criminal penalties. We challenge police methods, negotiate for dismissed or reduced charges, and do everything legally possible with the goal of keeping clients out of prison.

Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation When Your Freedom Is on the Line

These types of drug charges are especially serious, and they can derail your future if not properly addressed. That is what we at Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., are here for, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To contact us to schedule a free consultation, call 303-578-4036.