Jeff Bredahl

Even The Odds With An Experienced Trial Lawyer

Have You Been Arrested For Suspicion Of A Drug Offense?

Getting in trouble for illegal drugs in North Dakota can be confusing at best and shocking at worst, especially when law enforcement has overstepped their boundaries. While criminal justice policies and the penalties for drug-related charges for possession, possession with intent to distribute or sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, manufacture of drugs, importation and other charges are constantly changing, they remain costly. Convictions for drug arrests can result in a wide range of hefty penalties from high fines, property forfeiture, incarceration, reputation damage and job loss to a criminal record following you around.

Safeguard Your Future Choices

If you have been arrested or think you are being investigated for a drug violation, speak to an experienced drug defense lawyer right away before being misled by a “friendly” law enforcement officer. At Bredahl Law Firm, P.C., attorney Jeff Bredahl goes full steam for his clients. He gets your side of the story. Was it a traffic stop? Did they come to your home with a valid search warrant? He conducts an investigation and gathers witnesses. He explains the charges and explores your legal options. If this is your first arrest or your fifth run in with the law for drug-related crimes, Jeff protects your rights and helps you chart a course to the most favorable outcome possible, including:

  • Dismissal of charges
  • Conditional release
  • Penalty reduction
  • Alternative sentencing
  • Diversion programs

You do not need to face North Dakota’s criminal justice system on your own, especially when you are facing drug charges involving controlled substances such as:

  • Recreational marijuana
  • Ecstasy
  • Ketamine
  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine
  • Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)
  • Heroin
  • Morphine
  • Opium
  • Fentanyl
  • Oxycodone
  • Chemicals and compounds used in manufacturing certain drugs

Criminal infractions can result in fines up to $1,000 while a misdemeanor charge can result in fines up to $3,000 and up to one year of incarceration. Felony charges can result in up to 20 years and $20,000 fines for activity within a school district.

Busted? Call Bredahl Law Firm, P.C., Now.

Get a highly skilled and professional team – who cares about your future – in your corner even if you are facing a minor drug possession offense. With an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side, you stand a better chance of avoiding unnecessary incarceration and evening the odds of a more favorable outcome. Send an email or call Bredahl Law Firm, P.C., in Fargo at 701-353-4581 for a consultation.