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Warrick County Drug Crimes Lawyer

Effective Legal Defense Based in Boonville

A drug charge can have an immediate and permanent impact on your freedom. Those convicted of drug crimes carry around a criminal record that can make it difficult to find employment, housing, and financial opportunities, so it is important to get help from an experienced Warrick County criminal defense lawyer who can help you protect yourself. At Mathies Law, we understand your situation and can help you build a case that tells your side of the story. Just because you were charged with a crime doesn't mean you are a criminal. Call our office today to schedule your free consultation.

Dial (812) 359-0149 now or contact Mathies Law online to schedule your free consultation and get started planning your defense.

How We Can Defend You

While drug charges are very serious in Indiana, there can be complications surrounding the manner of your arrest. Sometimes, police officers fail to perform their lawful duty such as through illegal search and seizure. Mathies Law can go over the details of your case to find out if your rights were violated during the criminal charge. Effective planning has helped us gain favorable outcomes for our clients, including having the charges reduced or even dropped.

We may be able to help you prove:

  • The substances in question did not belong to you
  • You had no criminal intent with the substances in question, such as through distribution
  • Law enforcement did not act lawfully when gathering evidence
  • The substances were not illegal, such as if you had a doctor's prescription

Building an effective defense takes time, so it is important that you get started as soon as possible. Schedule your free consultation with our Warrick County criminal defense lawyer today.

The Consequences of a Conviction

Indiana has some of the country's toughest drug laws. Possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana is charged as a Class A misdemeanor and could carry fines of up to $5,000 and a jail sentence of up to a year. While small possessions of cocaine and methamphetamine may be able to be reduced to Class A misdemeanors as well, being caught near a school carries harsh penalties with possible prison sentences of up to 50 years. You need to make sure your rights are protected and that you are not convicted of a crime you did not commit.

Attorney Warren Mathies brings over 15 years of experience and an AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®. His thorough understanding of effective legal strategies can help you make the best use of your legal options. Call today and schedule your free consultation to get started.

Dial (812) 359-0149 now to begin planning your legal defense.

The Opinions That Matter 

  • He made 2 phone calls and fixed my problem immediately.

    “I had a licensing issue and needed advice and help. He made 2 phone calls and fixed my problem immediately.”

    - Anonymous
  • He's never let me down and he's always there for me

    “Warren has been my attorney for over 20 years he's never let me down and he's always there for me.”

    - Rick D.
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See Our Most Recent Wins

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