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Drug Crime Attorneys In Honolulu, Hawaii

Some of the more frequent and widespread criminal matters individuals are confronted with are related to drug crimes. Due to the heavy regulation and oversight involved with illegal drugs, the manufacturing, distribution, transportation, sale, possession and use of many controlled substances is against the law.

Being convicted of a drug crime, whether a misdemeanor or a felony, can result in serious penalties for anyone charged. Substantial fines and lengthy prison sentences are only the beginning. Even after serving a sentence or paying a fine, the effects of having a drug conviction on your record can follow you for the rest of your life.

If you have been charged with drug crimes in the Hawaiian Islands, including Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai, you should immediately contact the law firm of Harrison & Matsuoka in Honolulu and schedule a free consultation to discuss your charges and start the process of building a legal defense strategy.



Types Of Drug Crimes

As government crackdowns and mandatory minimum sentences continue to be commonplace, a good attorney may be the only thing between those charged with drug crimes and a jail cell. At the firm of Harrison & Matsuoka, we have a team of highly experienced criminal defense lawyers who are qualified to represent you in a range of litigation related to drug crimes, including:

  • Conspiracy
  • Drug distribution
  • Drug possession
  • Drug sales
  • Drug trafficking
  • Possession with the intent to sell
  • Producing or manufacturing
  • Racketeering

If you know you are under investigation by the FBI, DEA, or other related government agencies, our attorneys will work to help you protect yourself. As your advocates, we strive to assist you as you take pre-emptive action to protect your rights and future interests. The sooner you call us, the better our chances to protect you.

Potential Consequences If Convicted

The penalties resulting from a drug crime conviction vary greatly, depending on the nature of the charges, the specific substance related to the crime, and other factors. Though misdemeanors and felonies can differ in the severity of punishment, even relatively “less-significant” drug crimes can carry serious consequences as you move through life. Being convicted of a drug crime can leave you vulnerable to the following penalties:

  • Heavy fines
  • Prison sentences (ranging from months, years, or even decades)
  • Loss of your rights to own firearms or vote in elections (if convicted of a felony)

These are only potential legal ramifications. In addition to these possible punishments, having a misdemeanor or felony drug conviction on your record can have a negative impact on your ability to find employment, qualify for loans and credit, or eligibility for certain housing situations.

How Skilled Attorneys May Be Able To Help

If you have been arrested or indicted on drug crimes, you should waste no time in retaining the services of a law firm with experience in providing criminal defense for individuals facing drug charges. Though your charges are serious, having the representation of knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys on your side can give you a greater opportunity to seek a more favorable outcome.

From the outset, a skilled attorney can assess your situation, learn the details of your case and the crimes you are charged with, explain your legal options, and help you build the best strategy moving forward. If your case goes to trial, lawyers with extensive litigation experience will be a valuable asset in your corner. We are ready to provide you with reliable counsel and dedicated representation at Harrison & Matsuoka.


Contact Our Drug Crime Attorneys

The team of attorneys at Harrison & Matsuoka serves clients throughout Oahu, Maui, the Big Island of Hawaii, Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai. We can represent you against drug crimes charges in state, federal, military, and appellate courts. Engagements with local clients have taken our attorneys into international jurisdictions, as far as Japan, the Philippines, and New Zealand. Call us today at 808-501-0408and schedule a free consultation.