Drug Offenses

For the military, drug offenses are one of the many conventional offenses that service members may incur. Like other conventional offenses, drug offenses in the military are the same as the drug offenses you may find in state or federal law.

Unlike those conventional crimes, however, service members are subject to the unique circumstances of being in the military. For that reason, you want an attorney who understands how to defend drug crimes when the defendant is a servicemember.

Protecting You: Protecting Your Rights

The law office William E. Cassara, PC, can provide you with that attorney. For more than a quarter of a century, attorney Cassara has defended the rights of service members. In fact, he devotes his entire practice to protecting service members, including those service members involved in court-martial proceedings.

Mr. Cassara's experience includes defending an Army NCO with more than 20 years of service. This NCO had failed two urinalysis tests and had been caught distributing drugs outside of the base.

Mr. Cassara was able to resolve the matter on behalf of the Army NCO. The NCO was allowed to retire with no discharge and no additional confinement. The NCO also remained eligible for all military benefits.

If you are facing drug charges, do not talk to anybody. If you are asked to speak, state only, "I don't want to make any statements. I want a lawyer." You should then call our office.

Reach Out Today

Learn more about your rights and what we can do to help you. Please call us at 706-550-1981or toll free 800-511-9293.