Narcotics Defense Lawyer

Narcotics charges seems to be on the rise. Our law enforcement agencies and prosecutors are under enormous pressure to charge and convict those caught with narcotics to the fullest extent of the law. If you have been charged with a narcotics felony, you need a reliable San Diego Narcotic Defense Attorney with experience and with the ability to fight for your case. Meet Ernest Lee and his team of experienced defense lawyers.

They are different levels of narcotic charges. Often a small amount of the drug can make a difference in what level they will charge a person with. The nature of the punishment is determined by the narcotic in the case as well as the defendant’s presumed intent with the materials. Because of the large number of drugs types that exist, there are many variations of charges that can be brought.

Make No Mistake, the California District Attorneys office will be prepared with evidence and the arresting officers testimony. Unless your attorney takes the time to review the evidence and their process and look for the strongest defense arguments and motions chances are that you will be convicted. This is where we can help.

We will do the hard work in getting prepared and talking to the prosecutors. We will look for paths to get the case dismissed and or the charges reduced. In the end; we will do all we can to get you the best possible outcome. If you have been charged with a drug crime, take action and call us today for a free consultation. Get The Legal Edge!

San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney
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We are dedicated to filling the legal void in America by helping the average ‘Joe’ afford and thus feel vested in the American legal system.

- Ernest Lee, Sr. Esq

High Rated San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyer

Lee Law Group

600 B Street, Suite 1420
San Diego, California

PHONE: 619.795.0991
FAX: 619.795.0992
EMAIL: info@leelawgroup.net

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