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Defending Drug Crimes in South Carolina

South Carolina Drug Crimes Defense Attorneys

Federal and State drug charges in South Carolina carry some of the stiffest penalties in the nation. When faced with a drug crimes charge, you need a lawyer who knows how the system works and will fight to protect your rights.

Founded in 1996 by former United States Attorney and Assistant Solicitor, Pete Strom, the Strom Law Firm, LLC has been fighting Federal and State Drug charges for over 15 years.  The drug possession and drug trafficking lawyers at the Strom Law Firm, LLC,  include a former United States Attorney and Richland County Assistant Solicitor, a former Public Defender, and a former Assistant Attorney General and Richland County Assistant Solicitor.

We know the system, we understand the law, and we will pursue every avenue available to have your drug charges reduced or even dismissed. We offer a no cost consultation with one of our drug defense attorneys.  Call us today to discuss your arrest, how to determine the evidence against you, as well as possible defenses.

Whether you have been charged with drug crimes such as:

• Possession of drugs
• Possession with intent to distribute
• Drug trafficking
• Possession of drugs in the proximity of a school
• Prescription Fraud
• Manufacturing Drugs or
• Money laundering

The drug crime attorneys at Strom Law Firm, L.L.C. will aggressively defend your case whether you are under investigation or have been arrested for drugs in all State and Federal Courts in South Carolina as well as the Federal Courts in Georgia.

The criminal defense lawyers at the Strom Law Firm, L.L.C. know the evidence to look for, including whether a search warrant or arrest warrant issued in your case was properly executed and the standards by which all investigations, searches, and arrests should be performed.

South Carolina Drug Laws Provide for Stiff Penalties

A conviction or bond forfeiture even for a simple possession conviction creates a criminal record and requires automatic suspension of your driver’s license. If you are arrested and have a prior drug conviction, you potentially face a mandatory prison sentence in both State and Federal Court.  Other consequences include, but are not limited to:

• loss of job opportunities,
• educational opportunities, and
• military opportunities.

The drug possession and drug trafficking lawyers at the Strom Law Firm, LLC are dedicated to protecting the rights of our clients, providing aggressive representation grounded in our years of experience building and interpreting the laws of South Carolina. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss the facts of your case.

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