Methamphetamine and Cocaine Distribution Charges in Colorado

If you have been charged with distributing methamphetamine or distributing cocaine, either in powder or crack form, you should know that these charges are deadly serious. If a weapon is found in your possession, the potential penalties are even more serious.

With what is at stake, you need a criminal defense attorney who will not back down and will take on the government's case directly. Contact Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., today. Our lawyers represent people facing serious drug charges in state and federal courts.

We Will Fight to Protect Your Legal Rights

In drug distribution cases, your defense will usually revolve around whether the police violated your rights when searching for evidence. We will investigate the facts of your case closely and will determine whether or not law enforcement agents violated your constitutional rights when building their case.

If the police did violate your rights, we will file a suppression motion, asking the court to suppress any evidence that was collected in violation of your rights. When successful, suppression motions can lead to a dismissal or reduction in the charges.

Generally speaking, prosecutors do not find people accused of distributing meth or cocaine to be deserving of sympathy. As a result, they are unlikely to offer reasonable plea agreements, particularly if they don't think they will lose at trial. If you have a criminal defense lawyer with substantial experience, prosecutors are more likely to take threats to go to trial seriously. Our experienced lawyers will be always ready to take your case to trial if it is necessary to achieve favorable results on your behalf.

Call Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., Today

As experienced criminal defense lawyers with more than 20 combined years of legal experience, we understand what is at stake for you. That is why we will be available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We can even meet you in jail, if necessary. We offer reasonable fees and payment plans and accept credit cards.

To learn more about how we will fight for you, contact us to schedule a free consultation at 303-578-4036.