Drug Charges and Drug Trafficking

In North Carolina, anyone charged with drug trafficking will be required to serve an active prison sentence and pay a fine. A person convicted of possessing only one ounce of cocaine must serve a sentence of 35-42 months. The punishment for drug possession increases based on the amount of drugs involved. For example, a citizen accused of possessing four hundred or more grams of cocaine faces a mandatory minimum prison sentence of 175-219 months in prison and a $250,000 fine.
In order to defend drug trafficking and felony charges in the courts of North Carolina, you need an experienced trial attorney. Robert O’Hale has represented hundreds of clients charged with drug offenses and trafficking. Mr. O’Hale has won not guilty verdicts for many clients. On other occasions, the charges have been reduced from mandatory active sentences to probation. Mr. O’Hale can’t promise you the outcome of the case. He can however, promise to bring his more than 34 years of experience to work for you.

Call Robert O’Hale Greensboro, North Carolina Criminal Defense Lawyer today at 336-378-0238