There is no doubt that federal agencies such as the FBI and DEA are formidable entities. They have both the funding and the manpower needed to effectively investigate drug crimes and are relentless in their pursuit. If you are facing federal drug possession with intent to distribute charges, it is essential that you retain the services of an experienced and aggressive federal criminal defense attorney. The federal government has invested significant resources into the war on drugs and does not like to lose. The successful defense of federal drug possession or drug distribution charges can save your future and your freedom.

Philadelphia criminal defense attorney Hope Lefeber uses her extensive knowledge of criminal law to her clients' advantage from the outset. From the bail hearing, to the probable cause hearing, during pre-trial matters and at trial, she fights hard to get acquittals. If your rights have been violated by law enforcement, or if suppression of unlawfully obtained evidence is an issue, Ms. Lefeber will use forceful advocacy to obtain the best results for you. Ms. Lefeber is tireless in her defense of her clients' constitutional rights.

Hope Lefeber is a highly-regarded trial attorney who has the extensive experience and in-depth knowledge needed to handle virtually all types of drug possession, trafficking, manufacturing, conspiracy and distribution charges. She represents clients facing drug charges related to

  • Marijuana
  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine/Crack
  • Heroin
  • Ecstasy/MDMA
  • Pharmaceuticals/prescription drugs

In building the best defense on your behalf, Ms. Lefeber will investigate the entire matter, leaving no stone unturned. For clients charged with drug crimes such as drug possession, possession with intent to sell and possession with intent to distribute, a component of this investigation will involve finding answers to the following questions:

  • Were the drugs that were found obtained through an illegal search and seizure?
  • If the drug possession charges are related to a traffic stop, did law enforcement have probable cause for the stop?
  • Did law enforcement have a proper search warrant?
  • Were you found with drugs or simply drug paraphernalia?
  • Were the drugs yours?
  • Did law enforcement read your Miranda rights?

Contact Hope Lefeber

If you find yourself charged with possession with intent to deliver or are facing federal drug possession charges, having a lawyer who is highly skilled in evidence, federal rules and procedures can be critical to your defense. To seek representation from a highly skilled defense attorney, contact the Philadelphia law office of Hope Lefeber by calling 610-668-7927 or completing our online form. Consultations are free and confidential.

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