Opiod Lawyers

Opiod Defense Lawyers

Mayo Bartlett is an Opiod Defense Lawyer who has the experience and dedication that you or your loved one needs on their side when facing drug and narcotics charges in Westchester County, Putnam County, Rockland County, New York City, and throughout the Hudson Valley. He is a former Westchester County prosecutor who served more than 10 years in the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office in White Plains New York and he was selected as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers, and he is recognized as a Super Lawyer. Mayo has been a criminal defense attorney since 2003, and he has a thorough understanding of police procedure from years spent working with officers and detectives in White Plains and throughout Westchester County, New York City and the Hudson Valley. He has handled thousands of Drug and Narcotics cases, and has successfully had many major drug felony charges reduced to misdemeanors, violations, or had them dismissed entirely. He has obtained a verdict of not guilty for a variety of drug charges that would have resulted in sentences of decades, and sometimes life in prison. With over 27 years of experience as a criminal defense lawyer, Mayo is extremely familiar with Opiod, Heroin and Prescription Pain Killer cases and their consequences.

Mayo Bartlett has extensive experience in New York State and Federal Courts, and he is familiar with every aspect of handling Opiod, Heroin and Prescription Pain Killer Cases including drug possession as well as drug sales from the investigative stage through trial. Our Opiod Defense Lawyers are part of a criminal defense team that works frequently with private investigators and forensic experts to provide you with the best defense.

We will explore multiple options in our effort to provide you with the best representation, and we will discuss the potential to have your case handled in a Diversion court which may result in your charges ultimately being dismissed. Of course, after we have provided you with our professional opinion, we will respect your decision regarding how to move forward with your matter.

It is important to be aware that if you convicted of a crime, or even of a violation or an infraction, you may face severe collateral consequences. For instance, a conviction may result in your removal from the United States if you are not a citizen.

Heroin and Prescription Pain Killer Related Cases

Opiod, Heroin and Prescription Pain Killer Cases are serious matters that may lead to loss of your freedom, loss of your job, and even deportation, in addition to high fines and the possibility of long jail sentences. Opiod, Heroin and Prescription Pain Killer offenses may lead to the loss of your Driver License. It should also be noted that almost all Drug cases are considered “crimes of moral turpitude” for immigration purposes.

In New York, you may be charged with Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, a Class B Felony, which carries a maximum penalty of nine years in prison, for simply handing a narcotic or illegal drug to another person, even if they do not pay you for it. 

You may be charged with Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the First Degree if you knowingly and unlawfully sell:

1. one or more preparations, compounds, mixtures or substances

containing a narcotic drug and the preparations, compounds, mixtures or

substances are of an aggregate weight of two ounces or more; or

2. methadone and the methadone weighs two thousand eight hundred

eighty milligrams or more.

Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the First Degree is a Class A-I Felony, and it carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.

If you have prior felony convictions, you may face a higher sentence.

Consequences of Heroin and Prescription Pain Killer Convictions include and are not limited to the following:

  1. You may lose your freedom
  2. You may lose your job
  3. You may face immigration consequences
  4. You may be placed on probation
  5. You may be subjected to random drug testing and be required to undergo drug treatment
  6. You may be ineligible for a professional license 
  7. You may lose your Driver License

Our Opiod Defense Attorneys also have extensive experience representing college students who have criminal charges against them. Seemingly minor drug charges can have devastating consequences for college students. These charges can lead to denial of student loans, and even expulsion from school. If you, or a loved one is a college student facing drug charges contact us immediately so that we may help you effectively resolve the case while preserving your ability to complete your education.

At the Law Offices of Mayo Bartlett, PLLC., our Opiod lawyers are trial attorneys who have experience in defending Drug cases. Mayo Bartlett has been involved in the New York criminal system for more than 10 years as a prosecutor and even longer as a defense attorney. Our Opiod Lawyers have handled thousands of drug cases. Mayo Bartlett has personally handled well over one thousand drug cases in Westchester County New York. His unique experience as a former Westchester County Heroin and Prescription Drug Prosecutor, and current Heroin and Prescription Drug Defense Lawyer helps him to achieve extraordinary results for our clients facing these potentially devastating charges. Our Heroin and Prescription Drug Defense Attorneys will fight to allow you to participate in drug court where appropriate. If you are a candidate for drug court, your drug charges may be reduced, or even dismissed, if you successfully complete the program. Our primary objective is to allow you to return to your life stronger than you were the day you retained us.

We are experienced criminal defense attorneys who work with forensic experts and private investigators with law enforcement experience. We will carefully scrutinize all of the allegations against you and we will present evidence of your innocence to to prosecutor in an effort to avoid charges if they have not already been filed, or to get filed charges reduced or dismissed. We serve all of the boroughs of New York City, as well as Rockland County, Putnam County, Dutchess County, Ulster County, Westchester County, and more. Contact us for a consultation.

With offices located in the Westchester Financial Center which is one block from the White Plains Train Station and bus depot, and two blocks from the Westchester County Court, our Opiod, Heroin and Prescription Pain Killer Defense Team handles felonies in Federal Court, as well as New York State Courts in New York City, Westchester County, including White Plains, Yonkers, Mount VernonRyeSleepy HollowPeekskill, Mount Pleasant, Pleasantville, TarrytownDobbs Ferry, Armonk, Chappaqua, Greenburgh, Elmsford, Valhalla, New Rochelle, Bronxville, Eastchester, Scarsdale, Mamaroneck, Hartsdale, HarrisonMount VernonPelhamPort Chester, Somers, Ossining, Yorktown, Croton on Hudson, Cortlandt, Brewster, Southeast, Putnam Valley, Larchmont, Bedford, Katonah, Mount Kisco, New Castle, North Castle, Lewisboro, South Salem, North Salem, Hastings, Pleasantville, Nyack, Briarcliff, Ardsley, Irvington, Tuckahoe, Bronx, Manhattan, BrooklynPutnam CountyDutchess CountyRockland County, Ulster County and throughout the Hudson Valley.

Mayo appears almost every week on a legal panel featured on Richard French Live which is available on WRNN. The show is taped live every Wednesday from 6:00 pm to 7:00 p.m. and airs throughout New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, including the five boroughs of New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, the Washington DC Metro Area, Dallas, Houston, San Fransisco and Los Angeles.

If you or someone you know is facing allegations of Criminal Possession of Narcotics, Criminal Sale of Narcotics, or the Drug Related Crimes, don’t hesitate. Contact our Opiod, Heroin and Prescription Drug Defense Lawyers and let us begin the fight to protect your business and to keep your freedom.

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