Drug Charges

Drug charges have a broad range of consequences. With your future on the line, you recognize it's important you are represented by someone with criminal law experience and who maintains a proven track record with drug cases.

At Fisher Law Office, PLLC, I offer my clients aggressive legal representation. I am an experienced criminal lawyer with extensive knowledge of the law. I give my clients straightforward advice and work tirelessly to get positive results for all criminal law cases I take on.

A drug charge simply won't go away. Regardless of the seriousness of the charges you are facing, you need strong legal counsel. Call my firm at 208-350-6552 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your legal issues and how I can help.

Drug Charges Attorney Steven Fisher — Serving The Boise/Meridian Area

To be effective in defending a drug charge, your lawyer has to understand what's at stake and what the defenses are for the given situation. I have a proven track record handling drug cases, including drug manufacturing and trafficking cases.

At my firm, I handle a broad range of cases that involve:

  • Drug/narcotic possession
    • Weed, cocaine, heroin, Ecstasy, OxyContin
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Drug trafficking
  • Drug manufacturing
  • Prescription medication possession
    • Including oxycodone, Vicodin and Xanax
  • Drug sale

The consequences for drug charges vary greatly. Depending on the type and amount of the specific drug, you could be looking at anything from a misdemeanor offense to a federal or felony charge. In some cases, the prosecution will try to slap on other charges such as money laundering, theft or gun crimes. They may also seek a forfeiture of your property that they claim is related to the drug crime or that was used in the commission of the drug crime.

Contact Drug Defense Lawyer Steven Fisher

I do not charge for the first consultation. To schedule a meeting with me, please call 208-350-6552 or 800-654-6172. You can also send me an email online. Licensed in Idaho and Oregon.