Dealing Drugs


Have you been arrested on suspicion of selling, dealing, or distributing drugs? If so, you are at risk of facing felony charges and receiving a minimum six month sentence. By contacting a skilled Terre Haute drug crime attorney at Rowdy Williams Law Firm after your arrest, you can get the skilled legal counsel you need from a legal professional who will treat you with the courtesy and respect you deserve.

Distributing, transporting or selling drugs is a serious offense. This may relate to narcotics, marijuana or virtually any controlled substance (including prescription drugs). In Indiana, drug dealing is a felony offense which may be punishable by up to 50 years in prison, depending on the particular circumstances of the offense, the amount of drugs involved, the type of drugs, and where the crime occurred. Enhanced penalties may be imposed if the sale occurred on or near school property, a church, playground, or recreation center. Prior convictions may also result in increased penalties if the defendant is convicted.


By taking immediate action to defend your rights, an experienced criminal defense lawyer can intervene with the law enforcement agency that is currently investigating your case, taking over communication and also ensuring your rights are not violated in any way. Drug charges may be associated with questionable search and seizures by law enforcement, and these or other constitutional rights violations may significantly impact the outcome of a case.

If you or someone you know is facing drug distribution charges in Indiana, take a moment to call us or contact us online for a free initial consultation. A Terre Haute criminal defense lawyer at Rowdy Williams Law Firm is ready to apply our extensive knowledge and tireless effort to your defense, so call today and schedule your consultation. When you contact our firm after your arrest, a Terre Haute criminal defense lawyer will immediately begin to pursue possible defenses for your situation, and we may be able to argue that the drugs were not yours in the first place. Contact a Terre Haute drug crime attorney today.