If You Face Drug Possession Charges, Our Law Firm Will Help
Prior to becoming a criminal defense lawyer, our founding attorney, Tim D. Kuykendall, spent 24 years as a prosecutor in the district attorney’s office – the last 12 as the elected district attorney. He was assigned as the chief drug offense prosecutor for eight years and served as director of the District 21 Multijurisdictional Drug Task Force. As district attorney, Mr. Kuykendall was instrumental in starting the county’s first Adult Drug Court Program.
This experience as a prosecutor gives Mr. Kuykendall and his team a unique point of view in defending those charged with possession of a controlled drug or another drug offense.
Doing Our Best To Keep It Off Your Record
Drug offenses can be punishable by anything from one year in jail for simple possession charges, to life in prison without parole for the most serious of drug offenses. In addition to the criminal penalties that go along with drug offenses, individuals charged often face serious addiction issues. It is important to have an attorney who will help you with both.
While it may be important to try to keep a felony drug conviction off one’s record, it is equally important to address the addiction problem, if there is one, to avoid being a repeat offender. Our lawyers believe in helping clients with not only their criminal cases but also any underlying issues that caused their arrest or charge in the first place.
Contact A Seasoned Attorney Now
Do not fight drug charges on your own. A seasoned criminal defense attorney may be able to get the charges reduced or dismissed. You can rely on the skills and experiences of our legal team at Kuykendall & Broyles Law, PLLC. Please schedule a free initial consultation by filling out this intake form or by calling 405-253-4210.
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