Arrested for a Crack Cocaine Crime?
Get in touch with our New York drug crime attorney right away!
Drug crimes involving
cocaine are some of the most common in New York and individuals are arrested often
for using this illegal substance. Because of this, the state invokes serious
penalties for those convicted and such charges can be difficult to bounce
Crimes involving cocaine can include any of the following:
If you were arrested for any of the above offenses, you cannot afford to
waste any time. Prosecutors work quickly and our
New York City drug crime attorneys understand the need to execute swift, effective strategies.
What could I be charged with if convicted?
The various crimes associated with cocaine are extensive, so it is no surprise
that the penalties differ from case to case. Repeat offenders, or those
found with an excess amount of drugs on their person, may be penalized
Your offense may result in:
- Incarceration for up to 20 years
- Minimum fines of $1,000
- Community service
- Mandatory drug counseling programs
If your offense occurred within a certain distance of a school or another
public building, penalties tend to be more severe. Cocaine crimes often
have a lasting impact on your record, your ability to secure certain jobs,
and eligibility for housing, which is why fighting these charges is so crucial.
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Musa-Obregon & Associates, our team of attorneys has 100 years of combined defense experience. We
know that every individual is facing something unique and do our best
to create a legal strategy that conforms to their needs.
It is important to us that you feel comfortable from the very start of
your case. We offer a free evaluation to address your concerns and learn
more about the outcome you hope to achieve. We know that your time is
valuable, which is why we work tirelessly to resolve your case as quickly
Schedule your complimentary
case evaluation today by calling one of our
New York drug crime lawyers!
We represent the rights of those charged with any offense involving crack
cocaine, throughout all of New York, including Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx,
Manhattan, Rockland County and Westchester County.