Have you been charged with Possession of Cocaine or Manufacture/Delivery of Cocaine?
If you have been charged with possessing, selling or distributing cocaine or crack cocaine, our Cocaine Drug Defense Attorneys offer a free initial consultation to discuss your charges as well as what legal rights you have.
Possession of cocaine and distribution of cocaine or crack are felony offenses. The penalties can range from probation up to life in prison. You need an experienced, competent attorney to fight for you and discover the weaknesses of the prosecutions’ case.
The criminal defense lawyers at the Noll Law Office are experienced, aggressive attorneys who understand the potential penalties and ramifications related to cocaine charges. Whether you are charged with simple possession or are alleged to be the ringleader of a large cocaine distribution conspiracy, it is important that you sit down with a criminal defense attorney to discuss the facts of your case and your Constitutional rights.
The lawyers at the Noll Law Office handle cocaine charges throughout Central Illinois including:
- Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois
- Decatur, Macon County, Illinois
- Lincoln, Logan County, Illinois
- Taylorville, Christian County, Illinois
- Petersburg, Menard County, Illinois
- Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois
- Virginia, Cass County, Illinois
- Hillsboro, Montgomery County, Illinois
Cocaine can also be prosecuted in Federal Court. Do you think you are going to be charged with a Federal Crime? Our office has successfully represented clients in Federal Court in:
- Springfield, Illinois, Federal Central District of Illinois
- Peoria, Illinois, Federal Central District of Illinois
- Urbana, Illinois, Federal Central District of Illinois
NOLL LAW OFFICE RESULTS
People v. C.W. (2011)
C.W. was charged with Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance. He was walking down the road and was searched by the police. Our office challenged the search with a pretrial motion. The court granted our motion. The case was dismissed. C.W. was facing 4-15 years in the Department of Corrections.
U.S.A. v. D.M. (1996)
D.M. was charged by federal authorities with a multi-count indictment for cocaine and crack distribution. The Defendant’s sentence under the sentencing guidelines was 30 years to life. D.M. received a 10 year sentence, the mandatory minimum, based upon the arguments of our office.
People v. L.W. (2005)
L.W. was charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver one half kilogram of cocaine in State Court. Our office investigation revealed that the facts upon which the search warrant was issued, namely drugs found in the trash, were fraudulent. This was presented to the court and the prosecution voluntarily dismissed the case. The offending officers were disciplined appropriately.