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Two men arrested on drug and weapons charges after traffic stop

| Jun 13, 2019 | Drug Charges |

In Butler and across Pennsylvania, people dealing with allegations of drug offenses must remember their rights. This is especially true when the charges stem from a traffic stop and subsequent arrest. To make matters more complicated, drug allegations can also be accompanied by weapons charges. The penalties for a conviction on these allegations can be life-changing and severe. Fortunately, there are multiple avenues to lodge a defense and having legal advice from a law firm experienced in drugs and weapons charges is key.

Two men were arrested on drugs and weapons charges after their vehicle was stopped by law enforcement. When the officers investigated, they claimed that the men had given false names. Their vehicle was searched, and a significant amount of packaged cocaine was found. There was also a handgun that had been reported stolen. The men were arrested on numerous charges.

Any drug charge will have serious consequences, but when the allegations are related to drug sales and trafficking, they can be much worse than simple possession. Adding in a gun charge can result in a long jail sentence, heavy fines and more. While these allegations are difficult, it does not mean that there is no strategy to formulate a defense. A plea bargain could be possible. If the search was done improperly, there might be a way to get an acquittal based on tainted evidence. Before saying or doing anything, it is imperative to consult with a lawyer.

With the charges these men face for gun and drug charges, the case might seem hopeless. There are many ways to defend against these charges and pursue a favorable outcome. A law firm that specializes in criminal defense should be called immediately to fight the charges.