Drug Crime

Mr. Kelly Kerr is an Oklahoma Drug Crime Attorney skilled in handling criminal law cases. Oklahoma is tough on crime and is especially tough on drug offenses. If you or someone you know has been arrested for possession of narcotics, marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin or other controlled substances, you need to know your rights.

Experienced in drug trials, using technicalities to obtain dismissal of charges. In a felony case, we can obtain an acquittal of all charges against our client by showing the jury that there is reasonable doubt in the prosecutor’s version of the facts. Plus, if the terms of arrest were not followed under the law, the case could be dismissed. Often law enforcement will make crucial errors at time of arrest that can have your case thrown out on a technicality.

Free Consultation before hiring an outstanding Oklahoma Drug Crime Attorney can increase your chances of a reaching a favorable result.

While our Firm’s central office is located in Jay, Oklahoma, Mr. Kerr travels to courthouses throughout the state in order to represent his clients who have been accused of drug crimes He has established relationships with prosecutors throughout the state to assist you in getting the best possible resolution for your case. Mr. Kerr’s extensive experience in handling drug cases across the state translates into better results for his clients.



Legal Dictionary:

A drug crime is a violation of state or federal drug laws. The difference between a legal and illegal drug is the way it is used. For example, some states have legalized the use of marijuana for recreational purposes, but others still require a prescription for medicinal use.

Drug crimes typically include:

  • Possession: Drug possession is the most common drug charge and requires the individual to knowingly and intentionally possess a drug without a valid prescription, and in an amount that would be for sale or personal use.
  • Manufacturer: Drug manufacturing involves creating a synthetic chemical substance or extracting a natural drug. Manufacturing also includes the packaging of a drug.
  • Use: This means a person consumed or took an illegal drug. A drug is usually illegal if there is no prescription from a doctor.
  • Distribution: This includes the sale, smuggling, or delivery of an illegal substance. https://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/drug-crimes.html