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Federal Drug Crimes

If you are charged or expect to be charged with a federal drug crime, the Law Offices of Alan Ellis can help you. The firm focuses its practice exclusively on federal plea negotiations, sentencing, prison placement, appeals and habeas corpus 2255 motions. The firm’s goal is to assist a client in obtaining the lowest possible sentence, and if it is one of incarceration, to be served at the best facility possible with the greatest opportunity for early release. By the time you have been charged with a federal drug crime, the FBI or DEA has amassed an overwhelming amount of evidence against you. As a result, a high percentage of defendants choose to plead guilty to federal criminal charges. At the Law Offices of Alan Ellis, Mr. Ellis focuses exclusively on providing clients with the representation they need when facing sentencing or prison. Mr. Ellis is the author of the Federal Sentencing Guidebook, the Federal Prison Guidebook and the Federal Post-Conviction Guidebook, Mr. Ellis provides consultations and representation to clients throughout the United States and abroad. To discuss your case with a skilled San Francisco federal drug crimes lawyer, contact the firm. Skilled Federal Drug Crime Lawyers Attorney Alan Ellis represents clients who have pled guilty or been convicted of a range of federal drug crimes, including:
  • Trafficking of large quantities of marijuana or narcotics
  • Smuggling of illegal drugs and prescription medicines into the United States
  • Cultivation of marijuana and other natural drugs
  • Manufacturing and processing of man-made drugs such as methamphetamine and crack cocaine labs
Whether you are a defendant, attorney, inmate, family or friend, The Law Offices of Alan Ellis can provide you with the sentencing buy deltasone online, prison or appeal help you need. Contact the firm for a free initial consultation at 855-238-3811 or email us at or fill out our intake form and return to us.
The Law Offices of Alan Ellis specializing In Federal Sentencing, Appeals, 2255 Habeas Corpus