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Defending College Student Facing Drug Violations

Possession of marijuana and other serious drug offenses can put a huge hold on your college education. Whether you are applying to college or are currently enrolled at a North Carolina school, it is critical to work with a skilled attorney if you have been arrested or charged with a drug crime. The stakes are too high for you to handle this situation alone.

If you are facing a drug crime charge, I can help you. Since 2001, I have represented college students in East Carolina University, Pitt Community College and other schools in the eastern North Carolina area.

I am Attorney Frank Harper of Everett & Hite, L.L.P. I have extensive experience defending college students against all types of crimes in court and before student conduct and rights boards.

You can reach me by calling 252-758-4257 or toll free at 877-290-6948. My office is located in Greenville, North Carolina. Now is the time to seek college student criminal defense.

Student Drug Offenses In Eastern North Carolina Colleges

Whether you were at a party and the party was busted and you were caught with drugs or you are accused of prescription drug fraud, drug charges are very serious in North Carolina. As a college student you are likely considered an adult. You will not be tried as a juvenile, and are facing very serious fines, penalties and even jail time. This is serious.

I can help aggressively defend you against all types of drug crimes, including:

Prescription drug crimes are on the rise and the penalties are just as serious if not more.

A drug conviction not only affects your educational opportunities, but it can also jeopardize your future employment options and entire career. On almost every job application there are questions asking about your criminal record. A drug crime conviction will not look good to any employer.

Talk To Me Immediately If You Have Been Charged

Time is of the essence when it comes to drug charges. Do not think that the prosecution is going to treat you any differently than any other defendant. You have too much on the line to try to “fix this” on your own. Contact me online today to talk to an aggressive and seasoned college student crime defense lawyer.