Drug Crime Sentencing In Phoenix

Arizona Drug Sentences Are Tough by Design

The vast majority of drug crimes in Arizona carry mandatory prison sentences. Arizona is well known for its draconian drug crime sentencing laws. That is why it is so important to have an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side as soon as possible. The Joseph Chornenky law firm works for no drug sentencing (through dropped charges) or minimal drug sentencing.

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The best way to avoid drug sentencing is to never be charged. As soon as you have any contact with police, if you insist on your rights to talk to your lawyer, the attorneys at our Drug Crime law firm can start an immediate investigation and protect your rights.

Never volunteer to talk. Never agree to a search.

As we begin our investigation, we will review the police evidence, collect our own evidence, look for any mistakes the police made, find out why the police came after you. If you hire us before you are charged, we have a great opportunity to keep the case from going any further.

If you plead guilty or are found guilty, our law firm will work closely with you and with the prosecutor to keep your sentence as low as possible. There are many options available to the prosecutor — and we are aware of all of them.

Attorney Joe Chornenky has 45 years of Experience and has been certified as a criminal law specialist by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. Attorney Rae Chornenky is a former judicial officer, former prosecutor and has an advanced degree in counseling. Both will be involved on your criminal defense team and will be focused on your freedom.

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Make sure you understand the drug crime sentencing laws and how they affect your specific situation. Sentencing negotiations for drug possession charges (meth, marijuana, prescription drugs, cocaine and others) can be influenced by circumstances and amount of drugs, for example.

For a consultation, contact our Drug Crime lawyer at the Joseph Chornenky law firm in Phoenix, Arizona.