Milwaukee Drug Crimes Lawyers
Defending Drug Possession, Drug Trafficking, & Other Offenses in Milwaukee
If you're charged with any type of drug crime in Wisconsin, it's important
to get a skilled defense lawyer on your side immediately. These types
of matters are not taken lightly, and the State will prosecute you to
the fullest extent of the law. Depending on the circumstances, a drug
crime in Milwaukee can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony,
and the penalties are steep. If you're found guilty, you could be looking
at spending time behind bars and/or paying high fines. The actions you
take at the beginning of your case can have a profound effect on the results,
which is why it's crucial to speak with an attorney early on. They can
advise you on how to respond to questions from law enforcement and how
to proceed with your case.
At Ahmad & Associates, our Milwaukee drug crimes lawyers know what
it takes to mount an effective defense to fight these types of charges.
When you retain us for legal representation, we will explore every aspect
of your situation to identify weaknesses in the State's case against you.
We'll also listen to your side of the story to build a unique legal strategy
on your behalf. Our team genuinely cares about those we defend, and we
will be committed to providing the caring yet aggressive legal service you need.
Speak with us during a free consultation by calling
Controlled Substances Schedules in Wisconsin
In Wisconsin, as in the rest of the nation, certain drugs controlled by
the government. They can be either illegal substances, such as cocaine,
or prescription medications, such as Adderall. Wisconsin maintains a schedule
of controlled substances, which lists drugs in terms of how serious they
The controlled substance schedules are as follows:
Schedule I: Drugs with a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use
Schedule II: Drugs with a high potential for abuse and severe psychological or physical
dependence, and an accepted medical use with severe restrictions
Schedule III: Drugs with a potential for abuse lower than that of Schedule I or II substances,
an accepted medical use, and a moderate to low risk of physical dependence
or high risk of psychological dependence
Schedule IV: Drugs with a low potential for abuse relative to Schedule III substances,
an accepted medical use, and a limited risk of physical or psychological
Schedule V: Drugs with a lower potential for abuse than Schedule IV substances, an
accepted medical use, and low risk of physical or psychological dependence
relative to Schedule IV drugs
Defending Against Various Types of Drug Crime Charges
Drug crimes are considered serious offenses in Wisconsin. If you're facing
accusations, you must go up against an experienced prosecutor to challenge
them. This requires knowing the laws concerning your rights, the rules
of evidence, and regulations of the court. It might be intimidating to
navigate the legal system on your own. That is why our team of Milwaukee
drug crimes attorneys are here to deliver the skilled guidance you need
to effectively handle your case. We'll discuss the process with you and
answer all your questions, helping you understand what to expect.
Our lawyers provide legal representation for all types of drug crime charges
in Milwaukee, including:
- Drug Manufacturing, distribution, or delivery of a controlled substance
- Drug Possession with the intent to distribute
- Prescription drug fraud
- Drug Possession of drug paraphernalia
Trust Ahmad & Associates to Provide the Defense You Need
If you've been charged with a drug crime in Milwaukee, the burden rests
on the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you're guilty.
They might have collected evidence against you to build your case, but
that doesn't mean it's strong enough to convince a judge or jury that
you committed the alleged offense. Various defenses might be available
in your case, and our Milwaukee drug possession attorneys will scour every
detail to identify anything that could cast doubt on the evidence.
We will work hard toward a favorable outcome on your behalf. Learn more
about your legal options by calling us at
(414) 928-7771 or
contacting us online.