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Posted On Jun, 09, 2017 By jardinelawoffices

Recently, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered federal prosecutors to be even harsher on drug crimes offenders. Sessions said there is a moral responsibility on the part of the government to make sure the country is not contaminated by drugs and drug criminals. Prior to Sessions becoming Attorney General, drug punishments were loosened a little bit due to the number of lower-level drug offenders receiving long jail sentences. Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder disagrees with the move to tighten drug punishments for certain offenders, saying it will “take the nation back to a discredited past.”

Many drug offenders who come through the court system are usually not big time drug lords, but instead, have been caught with a small amount of narcotics. Nevertheless, if you have been arrested for a drug crime, you need an aggressive Farmington drug crimes attorney. Jardine Law Offices P.C. has some of the top drug crimes attorneys in Farmington, and in Utah, overall. Their legal professionals have dealt with numerous cases and defended their clients successfully. They realize the importance of having good, experienced representation when dealing with a drug crimes prosecutor, and now with the possible harsher sentences, it is imperative to put yourself in the hands of a law firm with a superb record of success.

Pros and Cons According to Sessions and Holder

Holder – Under the 2013 “Smart on Crime” initiative that he architected, Holder directed prosecutors to not include the quantity of drugs involved in an arrest if it meant a minimum sentence for nonviolent criminals who had no ties to any drug organizations or gangs. According to Holder, there were less lower-level drug crimes arrests, but the arrests for major offenders increased.

Sessions – Sessions believes that his new order is in accordance with the Justice Department taking responsibility to protect the citizens of this country, while promoting respect for the legal system. Sessions said the most severe punishment should be used in each drug crimes case in order to achieve public safety.

What Does This Mean?

If the order goes through, lower-level offenders will face the maximum punishment, even if they are not violent offenders or have any ties with gangs or drug organizations. Because of that, hiring an aggressive Farmington drug crimes attorney is more important than ever. Protecting your future is the main goal. Jardine Law Offices P.C. will do everything in their power to defend you and get the best results for your situation.

If you find yourself in need of an aggressive Farmington drug crimes attorney, contact Jardine Law Offices P.C. They have the manpower and the experience you need to handle practically any drug crimes case. Give them a call for a free consultation and let them devise a defense strategy that stands up to the harshest scrutiny. The longer you wait to call the more detrimental to your case it could be. Reach out to Jardine Law Offices P.C. today.