A drug-related conviction, even for a minor offense, can result in serious consequences for an accused individual in Maryland. In addition to criminal punishments like fines, community service and jail time, the conviction will stay on your record and be available for employers to see. Students could also lose their ability to qualify for educational loans, and they could be expelled from their schools.
Baltimore-based attorney Jim Crawford is passionate about defending the rights of his clients by serving as their criminal defense advocate in court to defend them against drug crimes. He has been representing people accused of crimes for the last 18 years in Baltimore and its surrounding areas, and he is available to defend you too -- no matter what kind of drug offenses you have been accused of. Most importantly, though, he will always put his full effort and conviction behind your defense to give you the best chance for limiting the severity of your punishments and/or obtaining a verdict of not guilty.