Alabama Drug Offenses

Drug and alcohol charges make up the vast majority of criminal arrests in Alabama. From Public Intoxication to Manufacturing or Trafficking drugs — our Mobile criminal defense attorneys handle it all. In every drug or alcohol-related case, the first question is whether law enforcement had probable cause or reasonable suspicion to contact the individual. If you have been charged with any of the below drug or alcohol-related offenses, CALL (251) 444-1444 immediately. Your freedom may depend on it.

Possession of Marijuana

In Alabama, including Mobile and Baldwin counties, the vast majority of criminal drug arrests are marijuana based. Although possession and use of marijuana has been legalized in some form or fashion in a majority of the states and Washington, D.C., A… Read More

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

In Alabama, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia is a Class A misdemeanor. One step below a felony offense, a Class A misdemeanor can result in up to 365 days in jail and serious fines. Although widely defined, law enforcement typically makes an arrest f… Read More

Possession of Controlled Substance

In Alabama, Possession of Controlled Substance is a felony offense. Unlikely marijuana, an arrest for even small amounts of a controlled substance can result in life-altering consequences. Whether you are arrested for possession of cocaine, methamphe… Read More

Distribution of Controlled Substance

In Alabama, Distribution of a Controlled Substance is a Class B Felony offense. A Distribution charge is based on the drug type and weight. When you or a loved one is arrested for the offense of Distribution of Controlled Substance, your attorney mus… Read More

Trafficking Controlled Substance

In Alabama, Trafficking of a Controlled Substance is a very serious offense which includes Mandatory-Minimum sentences if ultimately convicted. The punishment for Trafficking varies depending on the type of illegal substance and the weight of that su… Read More

Manufacturing of Controlled Substance

Manufacturing of Controlled Substance is a Class B Felony in Alabama, and can result in serious penalties, including jail time and large fines. Furthermore, in Alabama, mere possession of “precursor substances” can result in criminal liab… Read More