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Drug Offenses

This is a broad category of offenses including:
  • Possession
  • Possession with intent to sell
  • Manufacturing or cultivation
  • Conspiracy to sell narcotics
  • Drug trafficking
  • Operating a drug factory
There is no proven “system” to gain results in drug offense cases other than hard work and experience. At Fazzano & Tomasiewicz, LLC, you will get both. We review each case from every angle to ensure that any search and seizure, or stop and frisk, was proper, and to hold police accountable for any overreach. We engage in continuing education on the latest changes to Fourth Amendment case law, Miranda warnings, interrogations and the like, to ensure that our clients have the most up-to-date information possible. There is no case that Fazzano & Tomasiewicz, LLC, will hesitate to tackle and no challenge too large. We are well-versed in all of the diversionary programs available to a first time offender in a simple possession case. We make efforts to put our client in treatment programs when necessary understanding how drug addiction can destroy a life, family, marriage or career. But we maintain the capacity to handle serious federal drug charges and sentencing. Recently, our firm defended a man against federal narcotics charges alleging the sale of fifteen (15) kilograms of narcotics. An expert determined the client was intellectually disabled. As a result, we successfully argued for a deviation from the normally strict sentencing guidelines. The court agreed and we reduced his prison sentence by five years. The man is now home with his family. Our firm was recently involved in a federal narcotics wiretap conspiracy case that ended in a successful plea agreement following jury selection.