New Orleans criminal defense lawyer Alex K. Kriksciun understands the circumstances that can lead to prosecution by the state, and the moves the prosecution might make to handcuff his clients in drug cases.
He has a passion for justice and protecting the rights of those on the wrong side of the criminal justice system. If you are charged with a drug crime, you need Alex on your side.
The drug laws in Louisiana (and in general, the rest of the country) are draconian. This is why it is critical to have a seasoned, aggressive criminal defense lawyer looking out for you. Aggressive representation is critical at every step. At the Law Office of Alex Kriksciun, we will conduct a through, painstaking investigation of all potentially available defenses and use those defenses which may exploit a weakness in the State's case.
One of the most important defense weapons in many drug cases is a motion to suppress. The Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures by police. If the police violated your constitutional rights when stopping and searching you, the evidence obtained from you (i.e. drugs) should not be admissible in evidence during the state's case. At a motion to suppress hearing, a seasoned and effective criminal defense attorney can poke holes in law enforcement officers' testimony and argue to the judge that the evidence should be excluded.
Depending on the offense, it may be possible for the Law Office of Alex Kriksciun to negotiate a reduced charge or to place the client in a pre-trial diversion program. If you are enrolled in a diversion program, typically the charges will be dropped in exchange for your performing community service, agreeing to random drug tests, attending counseling, obtaining an assessment, going to meetings, and other related tasks.
When you future is at stake because of a drug charge, contact the drug crimes lawyer at the Law Office of Alex Kriksciun for your free consultation.