Combating Drug Charges

Many states throughout our country have passed or are considering enacting laws that legalize marijuana for recreational purposes. Indiana's drug statutes do not reflect this trend. As a matter of fact, the state's penalties for drug use are considered among the most severe in the nation in terms of fines assessed and sentencing recommendations.

If the possibility of jail time and thousand-dollar fines aren't cause for concern, consider this penalty: students receiving federal financial aid may have their eligibility for loans and grants impacted if they are charged with a misdemeanor drug offense. Private gifts or scholarships may also have provisions prohibiting illegal behavior.

In light of the consequences connected to a drug conviction, it makes sense to seek out practical legal advice if you are facing drug charges. Located in downtown Bloomington, Schulz Law Office provides practical legal advice for individuals struggling with matters related to drug offenses.

Before establishing Schulz Law Office, I, Matt Schulz, prosecuted individuals on behalf of the state of Indiana. My background as a deputy prosecuting attorney informs the dynamic strategies I create. When you hire my counsel, you benefit from retaining a criminal defense attorney who has experience trying both sides of a case.

Vigorously Defending You From Harsh Penalties

Whether this is your first violation or a repeat offense, I can design a legal course of action to combat various drug charges, including:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug distribution and trafficking
  • Drug manufacturing
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Prescription drug offenses
  • Prescription fraud

Indiana's judicial system takes drug violations seriously, and so should you. Rely on a professional advocate to build your defense.

Get An Honest Assessment Of Your Case Today. Contact A Knowledgeable Criminal Defense Lawyer.

To schedule a free initial consult, complete my brief online intake form or call my Bloomington office at 812-269-1839.