Contact St. Louis’s Top Defense Firm
As a centrally located city, halfway between the northern and southern regions of the U.S. and between our two international borders, St. Louis sees its share of drug trafficking and smuggling criminal charges. Consequently, at Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, we have handled thousands of these cases and bring years of experience to the defense of people facing these charges.
If you face drug trafficking charges in the St. Louis area or anywhere in the U.S., contact our firm. We have handled cases involving the alleged transportation of illegal drugs from destination cities such as New Orleans, Houston, San Antonio, Los Angeles, San Diego and numerous other cities.
Contact the St. Louis criminal defense lawyers at Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, for experienced and aggressive help following drug trafficking charges. Call (314) 354-8484.
When you contact Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, following drug trafficking charges, we will be familiar with the legal components of your case and can begin to immediately assemble a strategic defense. We have handled drug trafficking cases involving the alleged transportation of drugs by car, plane, truck and train into the country and state, and we can diligently fight the Drug Enforcement Administration’s case against you. We have handled numerous cases involving highly creative and complex alleged drug distribution networks.
A recent case illustrates our effectiveness in handling drug trafficking charges. Our client was accused of trafficking drugs from Mexico. Following a six-week trial in Los Angeles, our representation resulted in a hung jury; all charges against our client were eventually dismissed.
Though we handle cases throughout the U.S., but the majority of our cases are local. For more information please contact our firm.
Contact Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP LLP
Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP provides free initial consultations, accepts credit cards, is available for evening and weekend appointments and is conveniently located next door to the St. Louis County Jail.