What 30 Years of Experience Means to You
If you are facing drug charges, you cannot simply expect criminal prosecutors to voluntarily offer alternatives to traditional punishments. You need to have a lawyer on your side who knows the alternatives that are available and when they should be explored. With more than 30 years of experience, that is the knowledge we possess. At Courtney & Molter, our lawyers are skilled at working with prosecutors to pursue alternatives to fines and incarceration.
We have extensive experience pursuing deferred prosecution as an outcome in cases involving possession and delivery of drugs and other drug crimes. Deferred prosecution is when the prosecutor agrees to hold off on prosecution and give the accused the opportunity to enter drug rehabilitation. If the accused successfully completes the program and stays off drugs, after a certain period of time, the prosecutor may be willing to dismiss the charges. In other words, this is like not being charged with the crime at all. No fines. No incarceration. No criminal record. We know when to seek deferred prosecution from prosecutors.
Drug Diversion Programs
If the prosecutor insists on prosecuting the accused, we will fight the charges. In some cases, we may work with prosecutors to negotiate a punishment that requires the accused to enter a drug treatment facility, rather than a jail. There are a variety of drug diversion programs, and our experience means we know when they apply and how to use them.
Free Initial Consultation — Waukesha Drug Crime Attorneys
Call our Milwaukee drug diversion program attorneys directly at 414-224-6070 in Milwaukee or contact us online. Phones are answered 24 hours a day. If we can’t speak to you right away, don’t worry — we will return your call or e-mail soon.