Drug Charge Defense Services at Tingen & Williams
Drug charges are some of the most commonly convicted crimes in Virginia, ranging from simple possession of marijuana to distribution of opioids and other Schedule 1 narcotics.
For many of these charges, there are paths available towards lower sentences, or even, in some cases, dismissal. Especially for minor possession charges, hiring a lawyer can be the difference between years in jail and only having to perform community service.
Custom-tailored solutions for fighting criminal drug charges
Experience with arguing for lower sentences for minor crimes
Well-versed in defending against all types of drug charges
Flexible hours that fit your schedule
Transparent and online billing for each matter
One business-day response times from our office
Defense for both state and federal crimes
Experience with collateral consequences, such as losing your job
You guys treat people well. You always look for a way to help your clients. You gave me confidence throughout my case that things would turn out well, and I would recommend you to everyone who needs a lawyer.Jorge Herrera
On behalf of myself and my family I just want to say thank you for your efforts. I hope you are blessed. Thank you.Julissa Aldana
I am very happy and am thankful to my lawyer for the opportunity he has given me to represent my case and to help me. I am very grateful, may God bless you.Paula Claribel
Tingen & Williams
1801 Bayberry Court
Richmond, VA 23226
P: (804) 477-1720
F: (804) 505-0997
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