Powerful Defense Against Drug Fatality Charges
If someone overdoses on illegal drugs and dies in Pennsylvania, the person who supplied those drugs can be held legally responsible. In other words, the court can send the supplier to prison as if they had committed murder, even if they did not intend for the person to die and was not present when it happened. If you are charged with delivery of drugs resulting in death, you must take steps to protect yourself as soon as possible.
Tough Criminal Defense Attorneys
At Marinaro Law, we regularly defend our clients against some of the most serious charges in the Pennsylvania Criminal Code, including drug offenses. We can provide clear advice based on the particular circumstances of your case, and aggressively advocate for your freedom at each stage of the case, starting at police interrogations and pretrial hearings until your case is resolved.
These Are Very Serious Drug Charges
Pennsylvania law makes it a crime for a person to intentionally sell, distribute, give or administer a controlled substance to another person resulting in the second person’s death. This crime is a first-degree felony punishable by up to 40 years in prison. With your freedom for the rest of your life at stake, contact us for a defense attorney who not only knows the law, but how to use it to your best advantage during the crucial moments.
Confront Felony Drug Charges Immediately
To learn more about criminal defense and the charges against you, contact Marinaro Law in Lancaster at 717-397-7055 or toll-free at 866-614-6520. You can also reach us via our online contact form. We are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, but are available for weekend and evening appointments upon request. We offer English and Spanish services.