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Harrisonburg Attorneys Providing Strong Defense Against Drug Crimes

The attorney you choose to defend you against your drug charge will have a significant impact on the outcome of your case. It is important to select an attorney with the legal knowledge necessary to make the strongest possible case.

At The Law Office of Louis K. Nagy, PLC, we have defended clients against all types of drug charges, from James Madison University (JMU) students facing drug possession charges to individuals facing federal drug distribution charges. Whether you face fines and probation or the possibility of many years in prison, we are a good choice to protect your rights and defend you against any drug charge.

Defending People In State And Federal Courts Across Virginia

Generally speaking, drug distribution or drug trafficking charges are more serious than drug possession charges. Some of the most serious types of drug charges are charged at the federal level. We have significant experience representing clients charged with both state and federal drug charges. Prior to founding his law firm, attorney Louis K. Nagy prosecuted both state and federal drug crimes. He has meaningful trial experience, which is critical to a strong defense.

Of course, we understand that before a case even gets to trial, your criminal defense attorney must be willing and able to work diligently to build the strongest possible defense. We will review the evidence from every perspective, looking at whether the police had probable cause to search you, your home or your vehicle. If there is evidence to show that the police violated your rights, we will request that the court dismiss your charges. However, even if a dismissal of the charges is not likely, we will use every legal tool at our disposal to help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case.

Contact The Law Office of Louis K. Nagy, PLC

Call 540-315-8450 or complete our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation. We have experience in drug cases throughout Rockingham, Augusta and Shenandoah Counties.