Strong Defense Against Drug Charges In Tennessee

Tennessee takes drug offenses seriously, and marijuana remains illegal for both recreational and medicinal use. If you have been charged with possessing, selling or manufacturing any type of illegal substance, you may be facing significant fines and jail time. At Ritter & Edwards, we represent people charged with drug offenses involving marijuana, methamphetamines, cocaine, opioids, prescription painkillers and other illegal substances.

Savvy Defense In A Changing Area Of Law

Drug laws are rapidly changing across the country, including in Tennessee. As of 2016, repeat possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana can only be charged as a misdemeanor — previously, repeat offenders could face felony charges for possessing only small amounts of marijuana.

At Ritter & Edwards, we are committed to staying up to date with changes in federal and Tennessee drug laws so we can provide our clients with the best representation possible. Our lawyers have extensive experience in challenging drug charges, from ensuring your rights weren't violated by an improper search and seizure to contesting whether you were the person actually in possession of drugs.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

It is important to find an attorney you feel comfortable with and can trust to represent your interests. We offer free initial consultations so you can learn more about working with us, and we can learn more about how we can help you with the charges you are facing. Call us at 865-482-7734 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with our attorneys at our Oak Ridge office.