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Stricter Drug Laws Could Apply To Your Case

If you face a drug charge, harsher penalties may apply as a result of conviction due to drastic changes in Alaska’s drug laws. The reform has changed the level of charges and types of sentencing for drug-related arrests. It is in your best interest to discuss the details of your arrest with our experienced attorney.

At The Law Office of Joshua P. Fink, LLC, we offer one-on-one guidance for your drug allegation. For more than a decade, our lead attorney has advocated for people like you and protected their rights throughout the complex legal system. Avoid lifelong consequences by preparing yourself with our aggressive legal defense. We understand your concerns, and a lawyer will be available to you 24 hours a day for your drug-related allegation.

The Consequences For A Drug Conviction Have Serious Repercussions

In addition to the possibility of serving longer jail or prison sentences and paying higher fines there are repercussions to a drug conviction. Drug offenses involving possession, distribution or use of an illicit drug can affect:

  • Federal student aid eligibility
  • Employment opportunities
  • Harsher sentencing in the future

A drug-related conviction can:

  • Cause you to be terminated from a job
  • Prevent you from getting hired elsewhere
  • Stop or prevent federal assistance
  • Block your ability to obtain certain certifications and licenses

Illicit drugs include prescription medicine, marijuana and heroin.

Another Type Of Drug Charge

Alcohol is legal in most areas throughout Alaska, however importing or being in possession of alcohol in a dry county can result in serious consequences. The charge can range from a misdemeanor to a felony depending on various factors. A common factor is suspicion of operating a vehicle under the influence.

We will investigate the details of your stop using our knowledge of proper police procedures. Our lead attorney received the same training in National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) sobriety tests that the police officers receive.

Before you take a plea, you will want to explore your options with our skilled criminal defense attorney.

24-Hour Accessible Legal Guidance For Your Criminal Defense

Our staff and attorney believe in dedicated service. It is our duty to ensure that you understand your rights and how certain laws may apply to your case. When you need us, we will be available. Contact our Anchorage office at 800-657-1136 for your free consultation or complete this online contact form to reach us by email.

We offer military discounts.