Drug and Narcotic Offenses Laws in Wisconsin

After being arrested for a drug charge, it is very important to not speak to the police until you secure a lawyer. An experienced Wisconsin drug charges attorney can make sure your rights are protected and look for ways to get the charges lessened or thrown out entirely. At Huppertz & Powers, S.C., we work hard for people who have been arrested for drug crimes in Wisconsin.

Our Waukesha drug offense attorneys will meet with you free of charge. We have more than 40 combined years of experience defending people throughout southeastern Wisconsin, including Waukesha, Milwaukee, Racine, West Bend, Brookfield and more. Let our attorneys put our experience to work for you.

Types of Wisconsin Drug Charges

The Wisconsin drug offense attorneys at Huppertz & Powers, S.C. “Waukesha Drug Lawyer “, help people accused of all kinds of drug charges, including the following:

  • Cocaine, methamphetamine (a.k.a. crystal meth), THC, MDMA, heroin or marijuana possession
  • Possession of paraphernalia
  • Owning or operating a meth lab
  • Intent to distribute, sales
  • Sexual assault of a minor
  • Trafficking/transport
  • Prescription drug crimes

If you have been charged or accused of a drug crime, it is very important to understand Wisconsin drug laws and their implications you can consult with Drug Lawyers in Wisconsin.

For example, if you are charged with a felony drug offense, and your house or car was allegedly used to manufacture or transport drugs, your assets could be seized. In such a case, our Drug Lawyers in Wisconsin will not only defend you against your drug charges but will also represent you in forfeiture proceedings.

First Time or Juvenile Offenders

Many options exist for a first time offender. Our Wisconsin drug charges attorneys can get the accused treatment instead of jail time. If the person completes drug treatment and is 21 or younger, we can seek an expungement, which would erase a conviction from the person’s record. It is especially important for juveniles to not have felony convictions on their records.
A conviction can mean being ineligible for federal financial aid for college. It can also make it difficult to get many jobs.

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