Aggressively Challenging Drug Crime Charges
At Burts Law, we represent individuals from all walks of life who have been accused of drug crimes in Charlotte and surrounding areas. Many drug offenses carry lengthy jail sentences and heavy fines. If you are convicted of a drug crime in North Carolina, this conviction can tarnish your record and affect your ability to get a job, a loan or even an apartment.
The stakes are high when you have been arrested or charged with a drug violation. Our legal team is qualified to challenge misdemeanor and felony charges — and secure favorable results. When you hire us, we will explore all available options to minimize the impact your criminal matter has on your freedoms and your future.
Experience On Both Sides Of The Aisle
Having worked on drug cases at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, Anthony is familiar with the tactics that prosecutors use in court and negotiations. He uses this insight to design strategies that support your side and weaken the prosecution’s arguments.
Attorney Burts represents individuals confronting a variety of charges, including:
- Marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine possession
- Possession with intent to sell or deliver
- Distribution and trafficking
- Possession of paraphernalia
Before he recommends a course of action, Anthony will carefully prepare every facet of your case. He will then use his thorough analysis and the evidence uncovered in investigations to negotiate plea deals or make motions for dismissals.
Regardless of whether this is your first arrest or a subsequent accusation, you should seek advice from a diligent and skilled criminal defense lawyer.
Begin Developing Your Defense Today
If you or a loved one has been charged with drug possession, trafficking or any other drug-related crime, contact our team in Charlotte or Newton. You can reach us 24/7 at 866-287-8752. Or, contact us via our confidential online form.
Our comprehensive legal team will defend you against charges which include:
- White collar crime – related to money laundering, fraud, false pretenses or embezzlement
- Drug offenses – such as manufacturing, possession and distribution
- Violent crimes – involving domestic abuse, sex offenses and murder
- Probation violations
- College crimes
- Driving while impaired
- Computer crimes
- Title IX