The potential consequences for a drug conviction are the most serious among those for nonviolent offenses. Extensive prison sentences are a very real possibility.
This makes it absolutely critical that you secure the representation of an attorney who has the skills, experience and dedication to protecting your rights. You need to know that your attorney is doing everything he or she can to help you secure the best possible resolution to your case.
Our firm provides the exceptional representation to individuals who are facing drug charges related to:
We are especially well-equipped to defend Illinois health care professionals. As former prosecutors, we have the experience and skills to take on cases where the stakes are high. Doctors, nurses, dentists and chiropractors face loss of their license and livelihood in addition to jail time and fines. We can help.
At Godoy Law Office, we are all former prosecutors who understand how to build a case that can undercut and successfully oppose a prosecutor’s efforts to convict you. The trial experience we gained as prosecutors helps us build cases that are designed to capitalize on the weaknesses of the prosecution’s case against you. Let us put that experience to work for you.
Drug cases are very dependent on physical evidence. There are very strict rules that govern how the police can acquire evidence. These rules, however, are broken all too frequently. We will examine the facts of your case and hold the police accountable for any violations of your rights. If any evidence was gathered in a way that violated your rights, we will fight to have that evidence removed from consideration.
For those who are facing drug charges and concerned about the impact criminal charges can have on their immigration status, the only choice is to secure the representation of an attorney who has been successful in criminal defense and immigration law. The Spanish-speaking attorneys of Godoy Law Office know how to fight for their clients in an immigration court just as well as they do in criminal court.