Helping You Fight Back Against Drug Charges

Prosecutors and law enforcement have seemingly always had an aggressive stance against drug charges. Those who are arrested and eventually charged know that they are in for a long fight. If you or a loved one has been arrested, it is important that you understand that you do have options, despite what police or prosecutors are saying.

The law office of Green Chesnut & Hughes PLLC in Lexington is prepared to work together with you to protect you against these charges. Our team of talented attorneys is ready to get to work on your case. As soon as you reach out to us, we can be there to help you through this process.

Protecting You Against The Consequences Of A Conviction

Depending upon the nature and severity of your charges, the penalties could include substantial time in federal prison. You must understand exactly what you are up against and take immediate action to begin protecting your rights. We provide aggressive representation to clients facing drug crimes that include:

  • Possession of illegal drugs, including heroin, meth, fentanyl and other synthetic drugs
  • Manufacturing of meth and other drugs with the intent to sell
  • Trafficking or transporting drugs across Kentucky
  • Asset forfeiture cases involving assets suspected as being connected to drug crimes
  • Stolen prescription pads or excessive prescriptions issued by medical professionals

Having handled many complex state and federal drug trials, we know what must be done to build an effective defense strategy for you. We will work tirelessly to find a resolution to your case before trial by negotiating with prosecutors to lessen or reduce the charges. If we have to go to trial, we have appeared in courtrooms across eastern Kentucky to fight for our clients.

Meet With One Of Our Experienced Lawyers To Discuss Your Case

Before you decide to plead guilty to the charges you are facing, take the time to meet with us to consider all of your options. To schedule your consultation, please call Elizabeth Hughes at 859-475-1628 or send her an email.