Drug Crimes

State College Drug Crimes Defense Attorney

If you or someone you know is charged with a drug-related crime, you probably know there are penalties which may be more severe than simply paying a fine and serving a term of probation. Attorney Roy Lisko in State College, Pennsylvania, uses his 25 years of criminal law experience to defend clients against misdemeanor and felony drug charges.

Call The Law Offices of Roy K. Lisko at 1-800-640-1064 to arrange a free office visit or phone consultation regarding your drug charges.

Criminal defense attorney Roy Lisko commonly defends people against criminal drug charges, including:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug trafficking
  • DUI (driving under the influence) of alcohol or an illegal substance
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Possession with intent to deliver
  • Delivery of drugs

The consequences of any criminal charge can be ongoing and devastating to your future opportunities. This is especially true for young people pursuing a college education or looking for a new job. It is imperative to consult an experienced drug crimes defense attorney immediately to ensure your best defense. For more information visit our students and parents section.

If you are convicted of a criminal offense relating to illegal drugs, such as marijuana, illegal mushrooms, cocaine, or heroin, you face the possibility of going to jail, paying a high fine, or other lesser-known but equally severe consequences.

Delivery of a drug does not mean that the person handing over the drug is selling it for profit--it is simply the transfer of the drug from one person to another. This scenario is very common among college students who share marijuana among friends. That sharing, if it happens within a school zone, is subject to a possible two year prison sentence.

Every case is different. If you are facing a drug charge, you need to speak with an experienced attorney right away. This is not something you can handle on your own. Attorney Lisko crafts proven defense strategies on behalf of clients throughout Centre County, often defending students from Penn State University, located just across the street from his office.

You have constitutional rights against unlawful search and seizure, false arrest, and other police errors that could clear you of charges. The Law Offices of Roy K. Lisko knows how to locate these discrepancies in the state's case and maximize them to your fullest advantage.

Cooperation vs. Confrontation

Sometimes the better way to handle a criminal case is through cooperation rather than confrontation with the police. Let's face it, many times the person arrested by the police on drug charges did in fact do something that may have been criminal.

Over the years Mr. Lisko, himself a former police officer and prosecutor, has been able to successfully resolve criminal cases without going to trial or stirring up unnecessary publicity. The last thing most people charged with a drug crime want is to have their face all over the media bringing attention to their problem.

Having an experienced attorney defend your rights against criminal charges could make a world of difference in your defense, possibly even resulting in your charges being reduced or dropped altogether. As soon as you are contacted by the police regarding a drug charge, call The Law Offices of Roy K. Lisko at 814-237-6673 or toll free at 1-800-640-1064.

For more information visit the What You Need to Know About Drug Cases page of this website.