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Fight For Your Future When Accused Of A Drug Crime

Even with the recent legalization of marijuana consumption in Colorado, drug charges are still a threat to people’s liberty and futures. Charges for drugs like cocaine, crystal meth and other drugs can create legal nightmares that can change your life forever if you do not take action to protect your rights.

We offer our skilled criminal defense to those facing such charges as:

  • Possession
  • Distribution
  • Manufacture
  • Trafficking

With the legalization of the consumption of marijuana, the charges that we see people facing generally relate to selling marijuana without the proper license.

No matter what type of charge you are facing, having the best defense against drug charges is the smartest choice you can make.

Do Not Allow Drug Charges To Impede Your Ability To Get An Education

A drug conviction can prevent you from being able to receive federal financial aid and student loans. Given the ever-rising costs of higher education, not having access to financial aid or student loans is an insurmountable obstacle for many.

We Used To Be Prosecutors. Now, We Help You.

At Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys at Law, we know the state and federal laws that apply to those facing drug charges and we understand how to build a strong defense against either. We are committed to providing the best defense to each and every client we serve. Attorney Timur Kishinevsky is a former Adams County Deputy District Attorney. For more than 13 years he has been helping his clients defend their rights and their futures.

Are You Concerned About Immigration?

A drug conviction can have a major impact on the immigration status of those who are not U.S. citizens. Without representation that understands how to build a defense that addresses immigration issues as well you may be facing removal/deportation in addition to criminal penalties. While marijuana has been legalized in Colorado, it is still illegal under federal law. Possessing sufficient amounts of marijuana or any amount of harder drugs such as cocaine is a removable offense.

Get Your Free Initial Consultation

If you are facing drug charges, an experienced lawyer can help. The Aurora drug crime attorneys of Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, are committed to helping you fight for your rights. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 720-863-4256 or contact us online.

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