Arrested on I-95 with Drugs?
Arrested on I-20 with Drugs?
Arrested on I-26 with Drugs?
Arrested on I-77 with Drugs?
Arrested on I-85 with Drugs?
Interstate Drug Arrest? You need a South Carolina Drug Crime Lawyer
If you are arrested for Interstate drugs as a result of a traffic stop and search conducted on I-85, I-26, I-77, I-95,I-26 or any other South Carolina Interstate or Highway, there are likely serious Constitutional issues with your case that may require suppression of the evidence against you.
If you are pulled over for something so simple as speeding, approached by a drug dog, and subsequently searched and arrested you have rights issued under the 4th Amendment that protect you against unreasonable searches and seizures.
Whether you are charged with:
• Interstate drug trafficking
• Simple possession
• Possession with Intent to Distribute or
• Possession of a weapon during commission of a drug offense
We will use our knowledge gained working for the prosecution to work to suppress any evidence illegally obtained.
In some areas officers sit on the side of the highway waiting to stop someone who fits their profile for transporting drugs. We will challenge the reasonable suspicion cited to pull you over as well as the probable cause claimed to conduct a search and fight to have your charge reduced or even dismissed.
Forfeiture issues commonly arise as part of an Interstate drug arrest. Law enforcement may seize your assets including the car you were driving and your cash, even if you were simply a passenger. The prosecution will claim the assets seized were used in the commission of a drug crime or paid for with dirty money.
If you have been pulled over and were suspected of drugs, you should contact a criminal defense attorney to ensure that your rights are protected.
The Interstate drug arrest lawyers at the Strom Law Firm are dedicated to protecting your rights, providing aggressive representation grounding in our years of experience handling drug crime cases. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss the facts of your drug case.