We represent clients facing any felony or misdemeanor drug charges state or federal courts:
- Possession of controlled substances
Possession with intent to deliver
- Drug manufacture or cultivation
- Drug trafficking
- Sale of illegal street drugs
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
A conviction or guilty plea to simple drug possession charges can affect your employment and other rights. Any drug conviction may prevent you from qualifying for federal financial aid for higher education. A drug conviction may show up on a pre-employment background check, preventing you from landing a better job. A felony drug conviction can have adverse consequences on your rights. See also the “Felonies” section of this site.
In addition to the overall stigma of a drug offense, fines, costs, community service, drug treatment, etc., the entry of a plea in certain drug cases can suspend your driver’s license.
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Howard helps clients involved with drug offenses in the Colorado “High Country.” Howard & Associates, PC represents clients in Eagle County, Summit County, Clear Creek County, Lake County, Garfield County and Pitkin County including the towns of Aspen, Avon, Breckenridge, Dillon, Eagle, East Vail, Eagle-Vail, Edwards, Frisco, Georgetown, Glenwood Springs, Gypsum, Leadville, Silverthorne, West Vail and Wolcott.
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