DeSoto County Drug Charge Attorneys

If you have been charged with a drug crime in Northern Mississippi, your freedom and your future are on the line. You need strong and effective representation as soon as possible.

Hayes Law Firm, PLLC, aggressively defends the rights and freedom of people charged with drug crimes in North Mississippi. When we represent our clients, we work tenaciously to obtain the best possible outcome.

Hayes Law Firm, PLLC, defends people charged with all types of drug crimes in state and federal courts, including:

  • Possession of marijuana, cocaine and other controlled substances
  • Possession with intent to distribute
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Illegal possession of prescription drugs
  • Marijuana cultivation
  • Other state and federal drug charges

Protecting Your Fourth Amendment Rights

Many drug cases hinge on defenses based on the Fourth Amendment's prohibition against unreasonable search and seizure techniques. If the evidence acquired by the police can be suppressed on this basis, it may be possible to get the charges against you dismissed.

Our lawyers will carefully examine all aspects of your case, including the search and seizure methods used by the police, the legality of search warrants, and procedures used by undercover agents.

Drug Court, Pretrial Diversion And Expungement

Some people accused of drug crimes can avoid the worst consequences of a drug arrest. Drug court outcomes are possible for certain people charged with drug felonies. Those charged with drug possession may be eligible for pretrial diversion programs that can enable the accused to avoid jail and conviction, and even get the charge expunged.

Our attorneys understand what is and what is not possible in such cases. We can review your case and discuss your options. If you are eligible for one of these dispositions, we can work with the prosecutor and court seeking that outcome for you.

Free Consultation With An Attorneys

Contact Hayes Law Firm, PLLC, in Southaven, Mississippi, today to discuss your case with an experienced attorney.