Fight Back Against Serious Drug Charges
The war on drugs is everywhere, including here in Illinois. Police and prosecutors are taking a harder and harder stance on these types of crimes, oftentimes investigating for months, collecting evidence and building cases that can make a defendant feel trapped and with few options other than to accept a plea deal.
If you’re facing drug charges, don’t simply accept a plea deal. Rarely are they ever in your best interests. At Mockaitis Law, we will make sure you understand the charges against you and help you protect your rights from the moment you retain our services to the end of your trial. We will carefully review the evidence against you and build an equally strong defense. We know criminal law, and we know how to build defense strategies that are designed to win.
We Can Handle Any Drug Crime
For more than 10 years, attorney Romas Mockaitis worked for the DuPage County Assistant State’s Attorney defending people facing a variety of crimes. He has more than 300 trials and more than 1,000 contested hearings to his name and has the confidence to handle any drug crime, including:
- Possession charges — for marijuana, cocaine, heroin and prescription drugs
- Possession with intent to sell
- Trafficking charges
- Manufacturing charges — for methamphetamines
- Cultivation charges — for marijuana and medical marijuana
- Medical marijuana charges — defending individuals and dispensary owners
Whether you’re facing a misdemeanor possession charge or a felony for trafficking a controlled substance, we have the experience and tenacity you need to defend yourself and get your side of the matter heard.
Don’t Wait — Get Our Help Now
The longer you wait to seek legal counsel, the longer law enforcement has to build a case against you. Don’t let your only option be a plea deal that could cost you hundreds of dollars in fines, months or potentially years in prison, and the destruction of your reputation. Talk to our lawyer and get the defense you need and deserve.
For a free initial consultation, contact our office in Oswego. We serve clients throughout DuPage County and beyond. Call 331-642-1515 or send us a message to ensure the protection of your rights and future.