At the Bojka Law Offices we are a Connecticut criminal defense firm with almost two decades of experience in defending Connecticut residents who have been charged or accused of criminal offenses. Contact us to schedule a consultation so that we plan an effective strategy for defending you.
At the Bojka Law Offices, we have defended countless individuals in drug related matters. Experience is crucial in defending someone accused of a drug offense. We are an experienced law office who know how to defend the simplest and most complicated drug cases.
If you have been arrested on a drug related offense you should hire an experienced Connecticut Criminal Defense Attorney who knows the local practice of the prosecutors. Depending on your situation you may be charged with a number of different charges including:
- Possession of a controlled substance.
- Possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell.
- Drug trafficking
- Possession of marijuana in a school zone.
- Possession with intent to distribute
- Operating a drug factory
We will research your eligibility for drug programs available such as the Drug Education Program, and the Community Service Labor Program which can keep you out of jail. Successful completion of these programs will lead to the dismissal of all criminal charges. If charges are dismissed there will be no conviction history. You can swear under oath that you have never been convicted of a crime.
The current state of the law allows police officers to search the homes, and cars of Connecticut residents. It is imperative to determine at the beginning of the case whether the Federal Constitution and/or the Connecticut Constitution have been violated during the police investigation. Our Constitutional rights are more important than ever. The government seeks to circumvent our rights at every turn. Hire an attorney who can explore whether or not the police violated your rights during their investigation and arrest.
In most drug cases, we understand that there is an underlying addiction problem. If you have an addiction we may be able to assist you in obtaining treatment. In many cases your treatment will work in your favor in addressing the criminal charges. We are familiar with a number of treatment programs that the court may accept in lieu of any incarceration. These outpatient or inpatient programs will help an accused fight his addiction problems and allow the accused to re-enter society as a productive member. You should not assume that because you have been arrested you will automatically do jail time. There are a number of avenues your lawyer can take to avoid the probability of jail.