Amador County Drug Defense Attorney
Jackson Drug Charges Lawyer
Over 5,000 Criminal Cases Handled in California
Have you been charged with drug possession, drug distribution, drug trafficking, drug cultivation, drug transportion or prescription fraud in California? Firm attorney Jeffrey D. Seaton has handled hundreds of drug charge cases in Amador County and Calaveras County, including cases involving:
- OxyContin, oxycodone
- Other prescription and illegal drugs
For experienced legal assistance in Jackson, California, contact Amador County drug defense lawyer Jeffrey D. Seaton of the Law Office of Jeffrey D. Seaton. Call 209-283-1337.
Fourth Amendment/unlawful search and seizure laws, laws pertaining to probable cause and laws governing self-incrimination can lead to the dismissal of evidence and charges in drug cases. We can question police tactics — did police have good reason to pull you over? If not, your charges may be dismissed.
We can also question drug test results and have drug tests re-administered. Often, positive readings following blood or urine tests can be shown to be false or may read positive for legal drugs and legal drug use.
A Recent Case Illustrates Our Ability to Handle Your Drug Charge Case
Police officers encountered our client who was in possession of a white powder. A drug test was positive and she was charged with the possession of methamphetamines.
Attorney Seaton met with his client who stated emphatically that it was impossible for her to test positive and accurately for methamphetamine use. He had her retested and proved that her results were influenced by diet pill use, not methamphetamines. As a result, her case was dismissed.
For more information, please contact our firm.
At the Law Office of Jeffrey D. Seaton, we offer free telephone consultations, accept MasterCard and Visa, can arrange for a payment plan when necessary. We are conveniently located near the Amador County jail and the District Attorney’s office. We are also available for weekend appointments and can meet with you both before and after an arrest. To contact us, call 209-283-1337.