In our recent blog post, we discussed how you might be able to enter into a plea agreement to resolve a drug case. This is only one of the options that you have so you should make sure that you are following through with the option that you are most comfortable with.
We understand that you might not really like any of the options that you have. Putting your fate in the hands of the jury might not be appealing at all. This option might cause you considerable stress because of the unknowns. If this is the option that you choose, we can move forward with getting your defense ready to present in court.
Another option you have is the plea deal we discussed in a prior post. This option is suitable if you know that you did the crime but don't want to put your fate in the jury's hands. In this case, you would have some control over what happens with your case. If you choose to pursue a plea deal, we will try to work out the terms in your best interest.
Another possibility in some cases is a drug diversion program. In this case, you can't have violent charges and your case must meet specific criteria. You should think carefully about this option if it is offered to you or if your case qualifies. We can help you to look into this option if you are considering it.
In the end, you are the one who has to make the decisions about your defense. We can help you to understand your options so you can make your choice.