At the Law Office of Brian T. Morgan, I defend clients with
either Misdemeanor or Felony charges.  Depending on the type of
drug and the weight, these charges can have the maximum penalty
of 30 days in county jail up to 60 years in prison.  Normally, some
sort of drug counselling is required.

   A guilty plea to even a seemingly small sentence can lead to
problems down the road.  It is not the Prosecutor's job to explain
what ramifications a guilty plea can have.  For example, if you are
or intend on getting a student loan for college, a conviction may
preclude you from getting any money.  

   Also, some drug cases have significant minimum fines that must
be given for each case.  For example, possession of drug
paraphernalia has a minimum fine of $750.    Drug cases can also
lead to forfeiture of cars, homes and money.

   It is important to get a experienced trial attorney on your side
as soon as possible to defend your rights.  Brian Morgan has both
prosecuted and defended drug offenses.  I am willing to defend
your case through as long as it takes.  If you are looking for a plea
negotiation, isn't it better to have attorneys who are actually
ready to defend your case at trial?  

The information you obtain on this website is not, nor is it intended to
be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice
regarding your own situation.

(c) 2014 Brian Morgan