Oregon Felony Drug Charge Lawyer
Eugene Drug Manufacturing and Drug Delivery Defense
Schedule I controlled substances include heroin, psilocybin mushrooms, MDMA and marijuana. If you have been arrested for manufacturing or distributing a Schedule I drug, you will likely be charged with a Class A felony that carries up to a 20-year prison sentence.
Schedule II controlled substances include methamphetamine and cocaine. If you have been arrested for manufacturing or distributing a Schedule II drug, you will likely be charged with a Class B felony that carries up to a 10-year prison sentence.
Previous criminal convictions and other factors may combine to make these penalties even harsher.
Do not give up without a fight. Contact us. We will discuss your options with you.
At David A. Hill, Attorney at Law, we understand what the words "presumptive prison term" mean to our clients. We fight hard to win their freedom, using all of our experience and resources in the process. Attorney David A. Hill has 30 years of criminal defense trial experience in Oregon and has successfully defended clients against drug charges.
Common issues we face when defending people against Schedule I and Schedule II drug charges are:
- Illegal searches and seizures
- Illegal car stops
- Warrantless searches
- Search warrant searches
- Oregon Medical Marijuana Act defenses
- Indoor/outdoor marijuana cultivation
Using Physical and Scientific Evidence to the Client's Advantage
You cannot counter the prosecution's physical or scientific evidence if you do not understand the science behind it. Just as importantly, you also have to be comfortable enough with this scientific evidence to be able to explain it to a jury in a way the jurors can understand and make sense of.
Our firm makes effective use of physical and scientific evidence in the defense of our clients. We work with experienced experts to employ forensic evidence, DNA, ballistics and accident reconstruction to prove your defense.
Experienced, Aggressive and Effective Criminal Defense Since 1979
Have you been charged with manufacturing or selling an illegal drug? Talk to us and learn about the legal options and defenses that may be available in your case.
For a free consultation, call us in Eugene, Oregon, at 541-683-4808 or use the toll-free number 800-310-4808. You can also reach us online by completing the brief e-mail form located on the contact us page of this Web site.