Drug Charges

The severity of a drug conviction varies depending on the controlled substance at issue. In Oregon, the consequences can be severe and include driver’s license suspensions in many cases. If you have been arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance you need an experienced attorney at your side.  Call Anfuso Law, P.C. for a Free Consultation: 503-946-3646

A conviction for a felony or misdemeanor drug charge can have significant and lasting consequences. A conviction can impact job opportunities, and can disqualify you from certain government jobs and/or educational programs.

Too often a person who has made a mistake is made to live with the consequences for a long time. I will use every resource available to avoid a conviction. In many cases, if you are willing to address any chemical dependency issues, diversion programs that serve as an alternative to conviction are available. If you are charged with a drug crime, you deserve an attorney who will work with you both to address chemical dependency issues and attack the state’s evidence against you.

Call me if you are charged with any of the following crimes:

  • Marijuana possession or delivery
  • Cocaine, heroin or ecstasy possession
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Minor in possession of drugs or alcohol
  • Child endangerment
  • Methamphetamine possession, manufacture or delivery
  • Prescription drug possession or fraud
  • School zone violations


Other than minor quantity marijuana or certain prescription drug possession charges, all other controlled substance charges are felonies in Oregon.  Depending on the drug at issue a person may face:

  1. Class B Felony: Carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a maximum fine of $250,000. Possession of heroin is a class B felony.
  2. Class C Felony: Carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison and a maximum fine of $125,000. Possession of methamphetamine or cocaine is a class C felony.

If you have prior felony drug convictions on your record, penalties can increase.  If you are charged with felony possession, delivery, or manufacture of a controlled substance, we can help.  It is critical that you speak to an attorney who knows the law and knows how to use it to your advantage. Contact Anfuso Law, P.C. today and speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney for a FREE consultation: 503-946-3646

Anfuso Law, P.C. provides Criminal defense and Criminal attorney services for Portland OR, Clackamas, Oregon City, Gresham, Hillsboro, and Beaverton.