Rogers Drug Crime Lawyers

Arkansas takes drug crimes seriously. Possessing, manufacturing, trafficking and selling controlled substances, including marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamines, mushrooms and Ecstasy, is illegal. It is also illegal to possess, sell or distribute prescription drugs — such as OxyContin, Percocet and Xanax — without a prescription.

If charged, you will be facing either a misdemeanor or felony charge, depending on the amount and type of drug involved.

At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, our lawyers have been defending clients against criminal drug charges for more than 10 years. We are dedicated to protecting your rights, and limiting the negative impact a drug charge can have on your life.

Located in Rogers, Hatfield Harris, PLLC, helps people throughout northwest Arkansas defend against misdemeanor and felony-level drug charges.

Drug Charge Defense Attorneys

At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, we look beyond the police report. Our attorneys investigate every case to uncover evidence of police wrongdoing, suppress tainted evidence, build alibis and undermine witness testimony.

If your constitutional rights regarding search and seizure were violated, we will fight to have the charges dismissed. Once we have all of the facts, we build strong defense strategies that give our clients the best chance of defeating their drug charges.

Our firm has successfully defended clients against a wide range of criminal drug charges, including:

We Don't Take The Easy Way Out. We Fight For Your Rights.

Rogers drug crime attorney Andrew Hatfield is well respected in the local legal community. Prosecutors, judges and other lawyers know he takes his clients' criminal charges seriously and fights to protect their rights.

We don't plead out cases because it is easier, and we don't push litigation to bolster our own reputations or increase our fees. Instead, every move we make is with your best interests in mind.

Our lawyers use every legal tool available to get our clients the best possible outcome based on their circumstances. We take a strong stance at the negotiation table, and we aggressively protect our clients' rights in court.

If this is your first offense, Arkansas' first offender programs may provide you with a way to stay out of jail and keep your criminal record clean.

Contact Hatfield Harris, PLLC, at 479-250-1962 or 800-491-4103 for a free consultation.