Drug Charges Do Not Have To Obstruct Your Future
Penalties for conviction of drug crimes can be severe. With a dedicated lawyer on your side, however, you can expect full protection of your rights and a detailed strategy for your defense.
At the Law Office of Bryan E. Cameron, we bring more than 25 years of experience to individuals who face drug charges throughout Long Island. We have a comprehensive understanding of how the state investigates and prepares criminal cases.
Our criminal defense attorney has personally handled felony drug cases as a former assistant in the Narcotics Trial Bureau. Draw upon his knowledge for your defense by calling our firm in Suffolk County for a free case review.
This Is Your Chance To Protect Yourself
Drug convictions could lead to jail time, heavy fines and more. If you have a professional license, you could also lose your right to work in your occupation. It is important to match serious charges with a smart strategy. We can work to prevent or reduce drug crime penalties.
Attorney Bryan Cameron has successfully helped clients defend themselves against all types of charges involving illegal drugs, including:
- Drug possession and possession with intent to sell
- Drug sales or distribution
- Drug trafficking
- Drug manufacturing
We handle cases involving a broad range of controlled substances from cocaine to heroin. We also defend people charged with crimes involving prescription drugs and pills, such as Vicodin, OxyContin, morphine and Percocet, as well as illegal steroids.
Our knowledge of local drug laws can help you find the best possible solution for your case. When appropriate, we work to get the judge to use discretion to reduce the sentence – often in exchange for completion of treatment.
Review Your Defense Options Right Away
To discuss your drug crime charges for free, contact Law Office of Bryan E. Cameron online, or call us at 631-319-3487 or toll-free at 888-816-9087. We will answer your call at any time of the day, and we can meet with you in the evening or on the weekend as necessary. Se habla español.