Drug Trafficking & Distribution

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Defending Against Drug Trafficking & Distribution Charges in New York

At The Law Office of Keith R. Murphy, we are your steadfast advocates if you are facing drug trafficking and distribution charges in New York. Our legal team works to protect your rights and ensures a robust defense tailored to your unique situation.


Call The Law Office of Keith R. Murphy today at (845) 584-7033 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our drug trafficking & distribution attorney in Carmel.


What is Drug Trafficking & Distribution?

Drug trafficking and distribution involve the illegal transportation, sale, or distribution of controlled substances like narcotics, prescription medications, and illicit drugs. In New York, law enforcement takes these offenses very seriously and carries severe consequences upon conviction. Drug trafficking can occur across state lines or within the state itself, often involving complex networks of individuals working together to distribute controlled substances.

What are the Penalties for Drug Trafficking & Distribution in New York?

The penalties for drug trafficking and distribution convictions in New York can be harsh and life-altering. The severity of the penalties depends on various factors, including the type and quantity of drugs involved, the defendant's criminal history, and whether the distribution occurred near schools or other protected areas. The consequences for drug trafficking & distribution in New York typically include prison time and hefty fines.

Apart from imprisonment and fines, those convicted can expect to face asset forfeiture, and a tarnished criminal record can be the consequence of drug trafficking and distribution convictions.

Defenses Against Drug Trafficking & Distribution Charges

Some potential defenses against drug trafficking & distribution charges may include:

  • Illegal Search and Seizure: If evidence was received unlawfully, such as through an illegal search, it may be suppressed in court.
  • Lack of Intent: Demonstrating that you did not have the intention to distribute or traffic drugs can be a valid defense.
  • Entrapment: If law enforcement induced you into committing a crime you wouldn't have otherwise committed, entrapment may be a viable defense.
  • Chain of Custody Issues: Challenging the proper handling and documentation of evidence can weaken the prosecution's case.
  • Violation of Rights: If your rights were violated during the arrest or investigation, this could impact the admissibility of evidence.

Contact Our Carmel Drug Trafficking & Distribution Lawyer Today

When facing drug trafficking and distribution charges, having a skilled attorney by your side can make a considerable difference in the result of your case. The Law Office of Keith R. Murphy is dedicated to providing rigorous legal representation for clients in New York. We understand the complexities of drug-related cases and will work aggressively to protect your rights, explore viable defenses, and seek the best possible resolution for your situation.


Contact The Law Office of Keith R. Murphy today to get started on your defense with our Carmel drug trafficking & distribution lawyer.


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