Federal Drug Conspiracy Lawyer Serving Missouri
At out locations in St. Louis and St. Charles, Missouri, The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC, defends those who have been charged with various drug crimes in federal and state courts. A busy federal trial lawyer, John M. Lynch has experience with investigating drug cases as a law enforcement officer, drug agent and then as a criminal defense attorney, giving him a unique perspective that will serve your interests well.
Repeatedly recognized by his peers, and members of the judiciary, Attorney Lynch now routinely travels the nation appearing in federal courts where he represents those charged with serious drug violations, including conspiracy, possession with intent, manufacturing, and other drug crimes.
Needless to say, Attorney Lynch is a proven federal trial attorney who has handled some of the most serious federal drug crime cases for people throughout Missouri and the country. As an avid federal practitioner, Attorney Lynch understands the federal sentencing system, the federal Rule of Criminal Procedure, and how to navigate this maze of rules on your behalf.
That is why many have turned to the Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC. to step in an represent their interests in a complex drug case. Educated in drug investigations by the State of Missouri and the Drug Enforcement Administration, Attorney Lynch truly knows how to dissect a case in order to build a viable defense to the charges in issue. When you face a serious drug crime charge, you can trust him to fight for you.
Arrested for a drug crime, conspiracy, possession, manufacturing in state or federal court? Contact us immediately to schedule a free initial consultation with a skilled criminal defense attorney.
Our firm handles all aspects of drug crimes, both criminal and administrative, for clients faced with a variety of drug charges, including:
- Conspiracy to Distribute Drugs, Narcotics- Federal 18 USC 841(a) and 846
- Possession with Intent to Distribute
- Drug Trafficking in State or Federal Court
- Manufacturing of Methamphetamine
- Possession with Intent- Pseudoephedrine
- Cultivation- Marijuana grow
- Possession of Paraphernalia
- Illicit Business Sales of Drug Related Products
- Multi-State Drug Conspiracies- Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Heroin , Ecstasy or Marijuana
- Driving under the influence of drugs (DUI ) or felony DUI
These types of charges can pertain to a variety of illegal and prescription drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, crack, methamphetamine (meth), oxycodone, Xanax, Percocet, heroin, ecstasy or MDMA, Special K- Ketamine, Bath Salts, etc.
As a former narcotic agent, Attorney Lynch is the right person to have on your side in a serious state or federal drug case. Attorney Lynch will use his vast knowledge of drug investigations in a state or federal context to help build you defense. Well-versed in the legal technicalities associated with drug cases, Attorney Lynch can employ a host o resources to prevent a criminal indictment, obtain a reduction or dismissal of the charges, or achieve an acquittal- not guilty at trial.
Drug Convictions Have Serious Consequences for You and Your Family
Getting convicted for drug possession in Missouri leads to penalties including heavy fines and potential prison time in addition to the stigma you will also need to worry about with your criminal record as you look for employment or report to your employer. Having a drug conviction on your record may prevent you from being gainfully employed and can even lead to higher insurance premiums.
Having a drug conviction on your record also places a red flag on your driver’s license that will appear each time you are pulled over by the police. A special code will now be attached to your name that law enforcement will see anytime you are stopped for even the most minor traffic infraction. You will then be heavily scrutinized even where there is no basis.
Your driving privileges may also be suspended/revoked for a drug crime. Attorney Lynch will fight aggressively to remove this stigma by working to prevent a conviction. As a former narcotics investigator, John M. Lynch understands these issues and will explore all available legal options to fight these charges and protect your good name.
Mistakes as a Youngster Should Not Ruin Your Whole Life
If you are the parent or guardian of a juvenile charged with a drug crime, you need a skilled attorney to defend against these serious charges. A drug crime conviction can greatly affect a child’s future employment and education. Our firm provides sound legal counsel and aggressive representation for minors who have found themselves in a bad situation.
Federal Drug Crimes Involve a Whole Different Set of Rules
As a federal lawyer, Attorney Lynch has represented hundreds of persons charged with federal drug crimes. These crimes involve a very strict set of rules completely different from state cases. Generally, federal drug cases carry very punitive sentences, including mandatory minimum sentences depending on quantity or prior criminal history. That means judges are limited in the sentences they can impose, and by statute, could be mandated to impose a minimum sentence by statute.
Generally, that means a 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 or even life sentence could be the minimum depending on your case factors. Don’t underestimate your choice for an attorney and don’t risk employing an attorney without federal experience. Your life, your freedom and your defense are all at stake. Attorney Lynch understands this very well. He has helped many clients mitigate their situation in federal court where he has obtained acquittals, reduced sentences, dismissal or charges, or diversion, meaning charges later dismissed by agreement.
Put John Lynch’s legal perspective and substantial federal court experience on your side. Call 314-726-9999 or e-mail us anytime to schedule a free initial consultation.