Jonathan J. Einhorn Law Offices
203-777-3777 Focusing On Federal Criminal And Civil Litigation In Connecticut
Focusing On Federal Criminal And Civil Litigation In Connecticut

Drug Cases

New Haven, Connecticut Civil and Criminal Litigation Attorney

Jonathan J. Einhorn Law Offices

Criminal Drug Prosecutions ◦ Cocaine Trafficking ◦ Importation of Prohibited Substances

The majority of criminal practice in federal courts in Connecticut is related to the defense of criminal drug prosecutions. Federal drug cases typically involve charges ranging from drug possession to serious drug trafficking and importation cases. Additionally, car stops for suspected drunk driving also often result in drug possession charges. If convicted, you could face jail, expensive fines, and a permanent criminal record. Since most employers have a “zero tolerance” police towards drugs and criminal convictions, a drug charge could result in lost of employment, increased insurance premiums, and other complications. Understand the legal options available to you to reduce the charges or sentence against you is important. Criminal defense attorney Jonathan J. Einhorn evaluates the facts involved in your case and determines how best to challenge the charges against you.

To schedule a consultation with experienced drug crime defense lawyer Jonathan J. Einhorn in New Haven, Connecticut, contact the law firm through this Web site or by calling 203-777-3777.

Drug Charges – State and Federal Cases

The law office of Jonathan J. Einhorn represents clients in state and federal cases involving the following kinds of drug charges:

  • Drug possession
    • Marijuana
    • Cocaine
    • Heroin
    • Crack
    • Methamphetamine
  • Narcotics trafficking
  • Manufacturing drugs
  • Illegal possession of prescription drugs
  • Growing marijuana

Sentencing – Why It’s Important to work with an Experienced Attorney

Representation of drug defendants requires certain skills that are likely to be well developed in an experienced federal criminal defense lawyer such as Jonathan J. Einhorn. Since the landmark decision of U.S. v. Booker, sentencing guidelines are no longer mandatory. Therefore, a defendant’s attorney’s advocacy abilities can have a major impact on the final outcome of a federal drug case.

Mr. Einhorn understands that judges pay close attention to extensive, comprehensive, well-researched and articulated sentencing memoranda. Attorney Einhorn dedicates his skills earned through 30 years of federal court advocacy to the defense of clients accused of narcotics violations.

Contact New Haven, Connecticut drug crime defense lawyer Jonathan J. Einhorn to schedule a consultation on best approaches to take in a drug possession or trafficking case.