Experienced Criminal Defense for Drug Offenses in North Carolina
With over 20 years of criminal defense experience, I offer comprehensive representation for those charged with a drug offense. I will work to help you avoid a conviction entirely or minimize the damage that a conviction can carry.
I, Randolph J. Hill, Attorney at Law, have been protecting the interests of clients in Raleigh, North Carolina, and the surrounding area since 1994. Contact my office online or call 888-337-1448 to discuss your drug charges today. I make jail visits.
If you or a loved one are facing drug possession charges, you need the guidance of an attorney who has successfully helped others avoid or minimize the consequences that drug crime convictions carry.
During my years of practice, I have successfully represented clients charged with:
- Marijuana possession
- Cocaine possession
- Methamphetamine possession
- Heroin possession
- Unlawful prescription drug possession
Since I have extensive criminal trial experience, I know how to negotiate with the prosecutor. If you qualify for and agree to enter into a diversion or substance abuse program, I can help you avoid jail time and get your drug possession charges reduced or dismissed.
Drug Trafficking and Drug Manufacturing
Drug trafficking and drug manufacturing are serious charges. You face a mandatory prison sentence unless you provide the police with substantial assistance or are acquitted of all trafficking charges. With your freedom at stake, it is vital to obtain the representation of an experienced criminal defense attorney early on.
As your attorney, I will immediately begin reviewing matters such as:
- The legality of the search and seizure
- If the drugs were stored properly by law enforcement personnel
- Did law enforcement execute a valid search warrant
- Did the police officer have probable cause to stop you
Don't let another day pass before speaking with a lawyer about your drug offense. Contact me online or by calling 888-337-1448. My Raleigh office is located across the street from the Wake County courthouse. Visa and MasterCard are accepted.