Bonnaroo Defense Attorney
A drug citation at Bonnaroo can be a serious concern, and may be devastating to your future. If you’ve been arrested or received a citation, call Mike Rexroat at Red King Law to discuss the next steps to take.
Bonnaroo Citations & Court
There are hefty fines and court costs that can come with a Bonnaroo citation. If you are facing drug charges in Manchester, TN after attending Bonnaroo you should consider hiring an attorney for your legal representation.
Generally speaking, showing up to court is required after receiving a citation. Speak with your attorney about your citation to see if there is any way to resolve your citation without having to appear in court. If there is some reason you cannot make an appearance in court, call our office to discuss your options.
If you decide to go to court on your own, you may be risking increased fines, costly trips to court and possibly even a conviction which might have been avoided with an attorney on your side.
Among the many offenses committed at Bonnaroo, some of the most common include:
- Simple Possession
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Deliver or Sell
- DUI (Driving Under the Influence)
- Disorderly Conduct
Without proper guidance and help from a competent attorney, navigating your way through the legal system will be difficult. Call Murfreesboro criminal defense attorney Mike Rexroat to get the defense you need during this difficult time.
Do you need a criminal defense attorney?
Are you facing criminal charges in Coffee County? Regardless of whether this is your first offense or not, you need to secure an experienced criminal defense representation as soon as you can. Depending on the severity of the charges made against you, you could be facing heavy fines, loss of professional licenses, a criminal conviction on your record, and being incarcerated.
Don’t fight alone!
Criminal charges of any kind are a threat to your interests and to your freedom. I understand that when your future is on the line, there is no such thing as a minor criminal charge. Your long-term interests, financial security and even your personal reputation could be at stake when you are facing criminal charges.