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With 50+ years of collective experience on their side, our Lexington criminal defense lawyers at Bleile & Dawson are well-prepared to handle all types of drug crime cases. Attorney Ashley Dawson of our firm has been included in Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ as well as in the Nation's Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.
Are you accused of illegal drug possession? How about the crime of illegally distributing or trafficking drugs? Regardless of the drug crime charges you are facing, you can turn to our capable team for unwavering legal support. We know how to build effective defense plans that increase defendants' chances of reaching positive case results. It is our goal to help you protect your rights and to help you avoid conviction whenever possible.
In order to ensure that our clients receive the fullest benefit from our legal services, we assign multiple lawyers to each case we handle. We believe in working together as a team, as well as in listening to the client and making his or her future our priority. For an experienced lawyer who actually cares about protecting your future and your freedom, contact our team today.
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Penalties for Drug Crimes in KY
The majority of inmates in America are incarcerated due to drug crime convictions. It is no surprise then that there are so many different forms of drug crimes on record, each one carrying a different form of penalty compared to the next offense. To help you get a stronger idea of the penalties you could face of you continue with your drug crime case undefended, it is worth reviewing some of the least-severe drug crime penalties the Kentucky criminal justice system can issue.
Drug possession is not considered a violent or serious crime but you may still be penalized with:
- $500 to $10,000 in fines
- One year to three years in prison
- One to five year probation after release
- Mandatory drug rehabilitation programs
If you believe that these penalties are excessive or harsh, know that they will only escalate as the severity of the crime increases. Factors that could increase the severity of your charges include what substance is in question and how much, where you were at the time of the arrest, and the extent of your criminal history.