Heroin Possession

A few years ago, you probably never could have imagined that you or someone you love would be facing criminal charges for heroin possession or trafficking. Heroin, a drug once associated with street addicts, has entered the mainstream of American life.

If you or a family member has been arrested on heroin charges in Tennessee, turn to the Law Office of Rob McKinney in Nashville for experienced counsel and representation. We offer a free initial consultation.

Call us today at 615-686-2115 to learn how we can help you.

Defending Your Rights And Freedom

Many people find themselves taking heroin after they become addicted to opiate-based pain relievers. Heroin becomes a substitute after the prescription runs out. In many cases, heroin is less expensive and easier to obtain than opiate-based prescription drugs such as OxyContin and Vicodin. Often, people taking the drug do not even know it is heroin until they are arrested.

Nashville heroin possession lawyer Rob McKinney has been defending clients accused of drug crimes for more than 20 years. He will work hard to keep the focus of your case on treatment rather than punishment. The consequences of a conviction can be devastating, affecting future employment, education and other areas of your or your family member's life.

Mr. McKinney has extensive knowledge of the law and of criminal procedure, especially in regard to drug search and seizure law. Search and seizure violations can play a critical role in drug cases, especially if police did not have a legal reason to stop the accused and conduct a search for drug evidence. We can use any flaws in the prosecution's case to potentially get the charges reduced or dismissed.

Defense Of Heroin Charges In Tennessee

Have you been charged with heroin possession in Tennessee? Nashville heroin trafficking charge attorney Rob McKinney has the experience needed to protect your rights and advocate for a positive resolution to your case. To arrange a free initial consultation, please contact us online, or call 615-686-2115.