Drug Conspiracy

Federal prosecutors work hard to destroy the supply chain of illegal drugs in the U.S. Unfortunately, they often overstep their bounds or overcharge the alleged "conspirators." In some cases, they may illegally search a suspect's home or car or commit other constitutional rights violations.

The Law Office of Rob McKinney defends clients throughout Tennessee who have been accused of the serious federal crime of drug conspiracy. Holding the highest rating of AV Preeminent*, attorney Rob McKinney has successfully represented individuals charged with all types of drug crimes and other offenses, and he is here to present a vigorous defense on your behalf.

For a free consultation, call our firm at 615-686-2115.

Defending Against Tennessee Drug Conspiracy Charges

As your Nashville drug conspiracy lawyer, Mr. McKinney will analyze the search, seizure and arrest procedures, and take advantage of any weaknesses in the prosecution's case against you. In addition to any search and seizure violations, he may be able to show that you:

  1. Did not enter into any type of agreement with another person to commit the alleged crime
  2. Did not commit any overt act such as purchasing drug manufacturing materials to further the alleged drug conspiracy

In every case, he will strive to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed. You can count on Mr. McKinney and his legal team to go the distance for you and your future.

Free Consultation With Our Lawyer

All drug conspiracy charges demand the help of an aggressive and knowledgeable lawyer. To schedule a free initial consultation with Nashville criminal defense attorney Rob McKinney, contact him by email or call him at 615-686-2115. He defends those charged with drug crimes throughout the state.

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