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We Represent Those Fighting With Drug Addiction


Addictions don’t define who we are. And every day, people decide to enter a completely new phase of their life and leave their addictions behind. For some people making this big change, prior legal issues remaining from their old life need to be resolved. These legal issues can have a major impact on their lives in the long-term, including leaving a permanent mark on their criminal records. If you need help with legal issues related to your drug addiction, we represent those fighting with drug addictions. Contact our office for a consultation with our criminal law attorney in Miami and see how we can best help you.

Addiction Statistics

From what we know about drug addiction statistics according to the CDC, at least 10% of people aged twelve and over have had an experience with drugs in the past month – and at least 23.5 million Americans were estimated to be struggling with a combination of drug and alcohol addiction in 2010 as surveyed by Drug addiction is a prevalent issue, and a lot of people move on with their lives after addiction – but the legal issues they have encountered often stick. You want to find a criminal defense attorney in Miami who can prepare a credible defense on your behalf and ensure that you really are moving forward with every aspect of your life.

The Impact of Drug Charges

We Represent Those Fighting With Drug Addiction - Miami Criminal Defense Attorneys

To put it simply, it can be hard to find representation when you are struggling with addiction. Drug-related charges can impact every aspect of your life – and the reality is that people will judge you based on your past, especially when it comes to the criminal justice system. Drug charges can affect you in the following ways, just to name a few…

  • If you have open charges or convictions, it can affect your chances of leaving the country for vacation or emigrating.
  • Drug charges can put you at risk of doing serious time in prison depending on the severity of the charges.
  • Drug charges – and a history of drug addiction combined with it – can affect your chances of finding a job. Employers will judge you based on your criminal record, and sometimes this can overshadow everything you have done to change your life in the meantime.
  • If you ever want to adopt a child, carrying drug charges on your record can negatively impact this situation – even when you have changed your life for the better.

What You Are Facing

If you lose your criminal case, you could be facing a hefty fine for your offenses – or you could be looking at time in jail, depending on the severity of the charges. In some cases, you could be looking at a combination of both – and in either case, you will have a mark on your permanent record. We represent people struggling with drug addiction, and you want an experienced Miami criminal lawyer to take care of your case once and for all.

If you would like a free consultation with our criminal defense attorney, call our office now at (305) 615-1285. We understand what you need in order to leave your old life behind you, and our goal is to make the prosecution understand the new life that you are living.

Stroleny Law, P.A handles a variety of criminal law cases, so call now if you have any questions.

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