Alabama Drug Crime Lawyer
If you have been charged with a drug crime in Alabama, you should consider speaking with an experienced Alabama drug crime attorney at Eversole Law, LLC about your options in regards to alternative sentencing. Alternative sentences are a favorable option for anyone charged with their first drug offense or a non-violent drug crime. Many judges throughout Alabama find alternative sentences a more suitable option than jail. It is believed that there is a greater chance for successful rehabilitation if a drug offender is given the counseling or treatment he or she needs, as opposed to simply locking him or her up in jail.
Alternative Sentencing Options in Birmingham
If you accept a plea bargain, plead guilty, or are later found guilty in court, an attorney at our office will fight for an alternative sentencing program instead of jail. While alternative sentencing is typically only available to those charged with a non-violent crime or their first drug offense, an attorney at Eversole Law may be able to negotiate an alternative sentence for you. In Alabama there are quite a few alternative sentencing options, including:
- Drug Diversion Program
- Drug Court
- Work-Release Program
- Supervised Probation
- House Arrest or Electronic Monitoring
If you are interested in learning more about your rights and options in regards to alternative sentencing, please don't hesitate to contact Eversole Law today. In Alabama, the authorities tend to overly prosecute drug crimes, and often impose penalties that are unfairly harsh for the crime at hand. I am attorney Steven Eversole, founder, and managing partner of Eversole Law, and I established this firm to help people like you avoid unfair punishments, including jail. I offer a free consultation, during which I can review your charges, advise you of your best options, and discuss whether or not alternative sentencing would likely apply to your case.
To learn more about alternative sentencing in Alabama, please contact Alabama drug crime lawyer Steven Eversole today.