Jackson County Drug Crime Attorneys

In Missouri and Kansas it is illegal to possess, sell, distribute or make controlled substances such as marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamines or other synthetic drugs. Possessing or selling prescription drugs without a valid prescription is also illegal.

If you are convicted of a drug crime, you are facing potentially years in prison, large fines and a permanent criminal record. Don't limit your life opportunities. Call an experienced drug defense lawyer immediately.

Located in Lee's Summit, The Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC, is committed to protecting the rights of our clients. We will fight your drug charges with everything we've got.

Defense Against Drug Charges

Missouri and Kansas take a harsh stance on drugs. Local law enforcement aggressively pursues and prosecutes those they believe are engaged in illegal drug activity.

At The Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC, we defend adult and juvenile clients against misdemeanor and felony-level drug-related charges, including:

  • Possession
  • Distribution
  • Trafficking
  • Manufacturing

Attorney Michael Taylor will fight for your rights every step of the way. Part of every defense involves a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the arrest. Were search warrants valid? Did police have probable cause to stop and search you? Were you given your Miranda rights? Was the interrogation process illegal? If your constitutional rights were impaired at any point in the process we will use it in your defense.

Fight Your Drug Charges, Fight For Your Future

Though other parts of the country have legalized marijuana possession, possessing marijuana and "K2" synthetic marijuana is illegal in Missouri and Kansas. A conviction will leave a permanent mark on your criminal record, making it hard to get a job, enter the military or get federal financial aid for school.

When your future is on the line, you need a criminal defense attorney with the skills and experience to protect you. Michael Taylor is that person. He has 20 years of criminal law experience.

As a former prosecutor, he handled hundreds of drug cases. He knows what the government must do to obtain a "guilty" verdict, and he knows the strategies and arguments that will prevent the government from obtaining a conviction. He is 100 percent dedicated to you and your future.

Contact us for a free consultation at 816-524-5264 and visit our FAQ page for answers to frequently asked criminal law questions.