Were You Arrested For A Drug Charge?

A drug charge is a serious criminal offense that you will want to handle in a serious manner. Whether it be marijuana, prescription drugs, heroin, cocaine or any other drug, you will want a skilled criminal defense attorney to review your situation.

Terry Hess Law makes criminal charges less intimidating for college students, first-time offenders and recent graduates. We are here to protect your rights and preserve your innocence through this crucial time in your life. A charge does not presume guilt or fault, and you have options. Allow our lawyer to guide you to the best possible outcome for your drug charge.

Does Your Drug Charge Involve Marijuana?

Trying to keep up with the marijuana laws can be a difficult task. However, marijuana remains illegal in the state of Pennsylvania. If law enforcement suspects that you are in possession of marijuana for personal use, the penalties of a conviction can include jail time, fines and other repercussions.

No case is the same, and if convicted, your penalties will be determined by the type of drug and how much may have been in your possession.

Suspected Of Other Drug Possession?

Drug charges penalize those who possess, use or intend to distribute illicit drugs. There are harsh penalties for a drug charge conviction such as the maximum 12-month jail sentence and $5,000 fine for a first offense.

You will want to limit the possibility of facing maximum penalties for a mistake you may have made. Discuss the details of your situation to prepare a solid defense with attorney Terry Hess.

Benefit From Having A Prepared Defense

We have more than 20 years of experience helping people like you navigate their legal challenges. You can rely on attorney Terry Hess to build a strong criminal defense to preserve your innocence. Call our State College office at 814-357-7040 for your free initial office, jail or phone consultation. If you prefer, you can also schedule via email by filling out this online contact form.

In most cases, we are able to use the review of your case to quote your flat-fee rate.