Protecting Your Rights And Future Against Drug Charges

A lot of people mistakenly believe that they only need to worry about seeking legal counsel for felony drug charges and not minor drug offenses when in fact, you should treat any drug crime seriously. Even a minor offense can lead to serious consequences, including a license suspension, which can affect you now and later on.

At Sevila, Saunders, Huddleston & White, we see far too many people make the mistake of handling drug crime cases on their own when they should be looking to an experienced attorney for guidance and strong advocacy. At our firm, we make sure our clients are informed about their rights and options. We will never suggest a course of action that isn't in our clients' best interests and we will always fight to protect our clients' present and future rights.

Have Questions? Talk to attorney William R. Fitzpatrick, R. Penn Bain or any of the lawyers on our defense team and start defending your rights today.

Strong Advocacy Against Any Charge

For more than 40 years, our firm and its attorneys have provided strong advocacy and trusted counsel to people in the Leesburg area and throughout Virginia. We have extensive experience handling a variety of drug crime cases both as prosecutors and defense attorneys. We provide knowledgeable legal support in a full range of considerations, including:

  • Possession of marijuana, cocaine, heroin or other controlled substance
  • Possession of prescription drugs for which you do not have a prescription
  • Distribution and sale of a controlled substance
  • Manufacturing methamphetamines or cultivating marijuana
  • Driving while under the influence of drugs (drugged driving, or DWID)

Whether you're facing a misdemeanor or a felony offense, we make sure you understand the charges against you and the consequences of a conviction. We will only take a course of action that is in your best interests and with your permission.

Need help after a case has been decided? Our attorneys can help you manage legal matters after a case is closed, including seeking the return of items taken through civil asset forfeiture and the expungement of a criminal record, if a person is eligible.

Get Our Counsel Today

To speak with an experienced defense attorney from our firm today, contact our office in Leesburg by calling 703-468-0432 (toll free 800-239-4122) or by filling out our contact form. Initial consultations are available on request.