At The Law Office of Neal S. Gibbons and Associates, we have 27 years of criminal law experience, and we know all-too-well that embarrassment and fear are perhaps the two most common reactions to drug crime charges. Fortunately for our clients, our reactions are consistent – we want to help our clients fight these charges, mitigate negative consequences and provide each client with a comfortable, nonjudgmental atmosphere where they can be completely candid with us. We have a genuine desire to help and a commitment to follow through with all available options to reduce or eliminate legal consequences.
Fighting for You From The Beginning
We can help if you face any number or type of drug charges, including:
– Methamphetamine (meth)
– Cocaine (or crack cocaine)
– Possessing illegal quantities or illegally obtaining prescription drugs like Xanax, OxyContin, Percocet or Valium
If you are facing any drug offense allegations, you are likely concerned about going to jail, paying hefty criminal fines, losing your driving privileges or your professional license, losing your job or having a conviction on your criminal record.
Protecting Your Options and Rights
You’re not in this alone. You have options and rights, and The Law Office of Neal Gibbons and Associates will help explain the different paths your defense can take, the possible pros and cons of each option and the best way to help protect your rights. We have successfully fought to have hundreds of clients’ drug charges reduced or dismissed, and we have taken many of these cases to trial and secured acquittals. Even if the evidence against you seems overwhelming, we can still pursue a residential drug treatment program under Proposition 36 or a deferred increment judgment.
We also have years of experience handling the administrative actions related to these charges, and can represent you at DMV hearings, fighting to help you protect your driving privileges. At The Law Office of Neal Gibbons and Associates, our background and 27 years of experience gives us the knowledge necessary to identify procedural police errors, poke holes in the prosecution’s case and to create an effective legal defense for you.