Drug Charge Attorney

When an arrest for a serious drug crime interrupts your life, skilled Memphis drug charge lawyer James M. Gulley and the Gulley Law Firm work hard to protect your rights and put your legal crisis behind you.

If you are convicted for a drug manufacturing offense or for trafficking illegally obtained prescription drugs, you could face a lengthy prison sentence, substantial fines, a criminal record and strict probation conditions upon your release.

You do not have to surrender to this sad, life-changing outcome. You can act now to safeguard your interests by contacting the Gulley Law Firm for a free initial consultation.

Mr. Gulley takes careful note of your version of events, accesses expert investigative resources that research circumstances leading to your arrest, negotiates persuasively with prosecutors and, if necessary, provides a strong voice for you at trial.

Exceptional, Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Serving Memphis And Shelby County

James M. Gulley carefully inspects your drug crime arrest records for any sign that law enforcement overstepped its bounds before filing charges such as:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug distribution, trafficking, sale and delivery of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, party drugs and prescription drugs
  • Drug cultivation
  • Drug importation
  • Drug manufacture
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia

Your drug arrest could implicate the authorities in a wide range of Fourth Amendment issues — a warrantless search, illegal search and seizure, coerced confession, planted evidence and asset forfeiture. You owe it to yourself and your family to retain an experienced attorney like James M. Gulley, whose 23 years of successful service and reputation for positive results have made his criminal defense well-known throughout the region.

Contact the Gulley Law Firm today by calling 800-655-9649 toll free or sending an email message. James M. Gulley is available for clients 24/7 in case of arrest and emergencies. We will arrange for bond and procure a jail release whenever possible.