If you are charged with a crime, you need legal counsel from the experienced attorneys at the Law Offices of Manuel Solis.
The federal, state and local governments prosecute people for things ranging from traffic violations to drug charges to violent offenses like robbery and murder. Our attorneys have the experience necessary to make your case less frightening as we guide you through the legal process and seek the best outcome for you.
These are some of the criminal topics we handle.
Drug charges range from misdemeanors for possession of a small amount of drugs to more serious charges, such as allegations you are participating in a drug-related criminal enterprise, producing drugs or selling them. Even minor charges can carry severe penalties. The attorneys at the Manuel Solis Law Firm are experienced at handling a variety of drug cases, including:
- Drug possession
- Selling drugs
- Illegal possession of prescription drugs
- Drug importation
- Drug trafficking
- Drug transportation
- Drug manufacturing
- Drug conspiracy
Driving While Intoxicated
The legal blood alcohol content limit in most states is 0.08%. However, drivers can be held by police when they are believed to be impaired by alcohol or other drugs, regardless of the blood alcohol level detected.
These are some consequences that can result from driving while intoxicated:
- A criminal record
- Suspension of your driver’s license
- Jail sentence
- Required programs and treatment
- Increased cost of car insurance
If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges, contact the Law Offices of Manuel Solis to talk to an attorney who will fight for you. We handle all types of criminal cases.
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