Criminal Law Lawyer in Norwalk, CT Defends People Charged with Various Drug Crimes
Obtain counsel from a trusted criminal defense lawyer
Even when you face major drug crime charges, you still can avoid harsh punishments and keep your name and record clean. At the Law Offices of John P. Thygerson, LLC, we meticulously approach every drug crime case with an unparalleled level of care and attention, analyzing all of the evidence brought against you and determining the best way to address your charges. Our more than 17 years of experience give us thorough knowledge in federal drug laws. Allow us to serve you with patience and professionalism as we guide you through the legal process and give you hope for a better future.
Drug defense attorneys using several methods to fight your charges
People convicted of felony drug crimes could face long prison sentences, major fines, harsh probation or parole conditions and many other types of punishments. Although we always aim for a complete case dismissal, you must remember that sometimes the best result is eliminating as many penalties as possible and coming away with lesser charges. Our criminal defense attorneys use several common methods to defend clients from drug crime charges, including:
- Plea bargains. When a case dismissal is not possible, we work to negotiate down to lesser charges so that you can maintain your freedom and avoid having a felony on your record for years or decades.
- Illegal searches and seizures. Law enforcement officers may search your home or property only with a warrant or with your expressed written or verbal permission. Any evidence collected without warrants or permission is invalid for use in court. Always remember to never, under any circumstances, consent to a search, as it could give up significant leverage that you may have in your case.
- Invalidated warrants. Warrants used for searches must be authorized by the appropriate party in charge of warrant administration. In addition, officers must show you the warrant before they can legally enter your property. You have the right to refuse entry to any police officer who does not have a warrant.
Police officers may attempt to bully you into letting them into your property or harass you into making a confession. If this happens to you, call your attorney immediately for assistance.
Get the advice of a Norwalk, CT drug defense attorney today
Call the Law Offices of John P. Thygerson, LLC at 203.286.5690 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation visit, completely free of charge. We represent clients from all walks of life with the single goal of giving them all a future to which they can look forward. Trust in our more than 17 years of experience and our personal commitment to you.
The Law Offices of John P. Thygerson, LLC is located in Norwalk Connecticut and serves clients throughout the State of Connecticut. The firm's practice involves the representation of individuals charged with criminal offenses in the Norwalk, Stamford, Bridgeport, Danbury, Milford, Meriden, Middletown, New Haven and Hartford Superior Courthouses as well as all District of Connecticut Federal Courthouses.