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Prosecutors Aggressively Seek Convictions For Drug Crimes. We Will Stand Up For Your Rights

If you are convicted on criminal drug charges, many things you take for granted could suddenly disappear. The consequences of a drug conviction are harsher than many people realize. You could have your driver’s license suspended, lose your professional license, find it hard to get a job or find an apartment, and lose your eligibility for college loans. Do not delay — seek help from an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can protect your constitutional rights and mount your most effective defense.

Defending Clients Against Drug Crimes Since 1987

For 30 years, the trial lawyers at Thomas & Thomas Attorneys At Law, have aggressively defended people facing criminal drug charges. Bruce A. Thomas is a former prosecutor who has tried numerous jury trials. He has a detailed understanding of criminal law, police procedure and how prosecutors build their cases. He will carefully review the evidence against you, making sure the charges fit the crime you are accused of and determining whether any evidence was obtained illegally.

He will negotiate with the prosecutor to have the charges dismissed or reduced, to obtain a lesser sentence or resolution through Pennsylvania’s Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program. If your best option is to go to trial, he is an experienced trial attorney who will aggressively represent you before a judge and jury.

We will work with you to build a strong defense to protect your rights, your reputation and your liberty.

We defend people from a wide variety of criminal drug charges, including:

  • Drug possession: marijuana, cocaine, crack cocaine, crystal meth, heroin, Ecstasy, prescription drugs and others
  • Possession with intent to sell drugs
  • Drug distribution
  • Drug trafficking
  • Drug cultivation or manufacturing

Pennsylvania’s Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program

If you are a first offender, you may be eligible for the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program. As an alternative to trial, this six to 12-month program provides an opportunity for you to obtain treatment and resolve your case without ending up with a drug conviction on your record. As part of this program, the charges against you are dropped and the length of any driver’s license suspension is shortened.

Do Not Delay — Contact Us Today

If you are facing criminal drug charges, contact Thomas & Thomas Attorneys At Law today. We accept most major credit cards, debit cards, checks and cash. Our law office is conveniently located across the street from the Northampton County Courthouse. You can reach us at 800-248-3217 to schedule your free consultation.