Drug Crimes

Criminal Defense

The criminal justice system has always been particularly harsh with regards to drug charges, including possession of a controlled substance, paraphernalia, and other drug-related crimes. However, public perception has shifted recently with regard to these charges, especially since the legalization of medical marijuana in Arkansas. However, possession or distribution of a controlled substance can still carry significant consequences in the criminal justice system.

At Dodds, Kidd, Ryan & Rowan, we have a reputation for excellence in criminal defense throughout state and federal courts in Arkansas. Our firm's 90-year legacy is a testament to our success in negotiation of plea agreements and in aggressive trial work.

You can trust our team of litigators to uphold your rights against tough opposition and protect your future. With our proven success at trial, we are prepared to defend your rights in court if we cannot negotiate an outcome that works for you.

We handle a wide range of drug crime cases that involve marijuana, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and other controlled substances like prescription medication (e.g., Percocet and OxyContin). We help clients facing misdemeanor or felony charges such as:

  • Possession of a controlled substance
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Drug distribution or trafficking
  • Drug manufacturing
  • Drug cultivation

Many times, you only have one chance to hire the right attorney. If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime, you need an experienced attorney to help you get the best results possible on your case. The attorneys at Dodds, Kidd, Ryan & Rowan have more than 90 years of legal experience defending clients in Little Rock, and throughout Arkansas. We will examine your case, explain your rights and options and fight to get you the best outcome possible.

We represent clients in Little Rock as well as throughout Arkansas.

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Reach our Little Rock office online or by telephone at 877-885-8839 to learn more.