- Has your teenage son or daughter been charged with drug possession?
- Is someone you love sitting in jail right now for growing or selling pot?
- Have you been charged with a serious felony involving drug sales, distribution or manufacturing?
- Were you arrested for drug trafficking or for smuggling drugs across the Mexico-Arizona border?
- Has a prosecutor told you to start talking or run the risk being hit with a drug conspiracy charge?
If you or someone close to you can answer yes to any of these questions — contact the Law Office of Sean C. Chapman, P.C., in Tucson, Arizona, for immediate legal help.
Our law firm represents individuals throughout Arizona and handles cases involving methamphetamines, cocaine, marijuana and other types of controlled substances as well. In every one of these cases, our experience and the aggressive approach we take can work to effectively protect your rights and to achieve the best possible results given the circumstances.
For a general overview of drug laws and the legal issues associated with these cases, take a few moments to check out our Drug Charges Information Center.
Good Results Are No Accident
Whether the desired result is obtained through placement in a diversion program, a plea agreement, a reduced sentence, an outright dismissal of the charges or an acquittal — you can feel confident knowing that a former federal prosecutor with more than 20 years of criminal trial experience is working vigorously to protect your rights.
Our lawyer, Sean Chapman, has extensive experience defending individuals facing drug charges in the state courts of Arizona and a track record of winning results that goes back to 1988.
As a former Assistant U.S. Attorney himself, Mr. Chapman knows how prosecutors approach these cases. He knows what the state has to prove in order to convict you on a drug charge. He knows how to conduct a thorough assessment of the evidence and uncover critical weaknesses in the prosecution's case.
This Defense Doesn't Rest
Any drug charge is a serious drug charge. Talk to our lawyer about yours today. Call our Tucson, Arizona, law office directly at the number listed above or, contact us online. The initial consultation is free and we can even meet with you or your loved one while still in custody.