Bend Drug Crimes Attorney
Ward Grover Cares About the Outcome of Your Case
Since 2011, we’ve been helping clients across Deschutes County fight drug charges, and we know how damaging a criminal conviction for a drug crime can be. Our criminal defense attorneys in Bend work tirelessly to provide every client with the type of legal representation that helps them feel confident with their case.
We know what a negative outcome for your case could mean for you, your family, and your future – that’s why we care about putting your best interests first when we build a defense that keeps the door open to your best possible future.
What Is The Sentence For A First-Time Felony?
If you qualify, you can be put on probation instead of having your conviction entered into the record. The following felonies are excluded: murder, aggravated assault, and battery, arson in the first or second degree, or sexual assault in the first or second degree.
We Can Handle Any Drug Crime Case
Prosecutors are notoriously aggressive when pursuing drug charges. When you’ve been charged with a drug crime in Bend or anywhere else in Deschutes County, don’t respond to investigators until you’ve hired a lawyer for your defense.
Even if you haven't been charged yet, but believe you are under investigation for a drug crime, you should seek legal counsel from a defense attorney experienced in handling drug crime cases.
At Ward Grover, we can handle any drug crime case, including:
- Possession of a controlled substance
- Possession with the intent to sell
- Possession or selling in a school zone
- Delivery of a controlled substance
- Manufacture of a controlled substance
- Marijuana charges
- Schedule I drug charges
- Cocaine, meth, and ecstasy charges
- Federal drug charges
A variety of penalties ranging in severity can result in a drug crime conviction, and even worse results can occur if your charges involve violent crime. Why risk any of these? At Ward Grover, we work hard to support our clients throughout every step of the judicial process. When you need us most, we’ll be there for you.
Heroin Penalties in Oregon
If you are facing charges for simple possession of heroin in the state of Oregon, it is a Class A misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of 1 year in jail and a $6,250 fine. The sale or manufacturing of heroin is a Class A felony with a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and a $375,000 fine.
We Are Always Available for Our Clients
Dealing with criminal charges can feel isolating. However, our Bend drug crimes attorneys are here for you. We offer free case consultations and can often facilitate same-day appointments. We’re also available to our clients outside of traditional business hours.
We take pride in being able to help our clients through this challenging process. Our drug crimes attorneys in Bend always treat clients with the care and respect they deserve. To us, you are more than just a case number – you’re someone facing a serious challenge, and we want to help you overcome it.
Known in the Community as a Trusted Law Firm
We Provide Personal Attention to Every Client
We Handle Cases at Both State and Federal Levels
Our Team Consists of Criminal Defense Specialists
Our Firm Is Exclusively Focused on Criminal Defense
We Have over 80 Years of Combined Experience
Assault II x2 (Measure 11); Assault III, Reckless Endangerment x3. Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Assault IV Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Att. Rape I, Sex Abuse I (Measure 11), Sex Abuse III, Assault IV x 2 Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants and Reckless Driving Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Menacing Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Menacing, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Reckless Endangerment Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Private Indecency, Criminal Mistreatment I x2 (felony) Not Guilty Verdict
Reckless Driving Not Guilty Jury Verdict
Sex Abuse III x4 Not Guilty Jury Verdict