Drug Charges

A "drug charge" can mean everything from possession of a small amount of marijuana to a multi-count federal drug trafficking indictment. For the individual under investigation or facing a criminal charge, they are equally frightening. Few attorneys possess the experience and skills to effectively protect their clients regardless of the charge. With his years of practice in both state and federal courts, Jeff Kradel provides his clients with the finest defense to drug charges, regardless of the jurisdiction. Having represented defendants facing multi-kilogram federal drug conspiracy indictments, as well as teenagers charged with possession of a single joint, he knows the players, the laws, and the tactics that allow him to guide his clients to successful outcomes regardless of the jurisdiction.

Kradel Defense offers representation on misdemeanor and felony drug cases, in both state and federal court. Kradel Defense also will handle any property forfeiture proceedings instituted by the Government and utilize Mr. Kradel's years of experience in that area of practice to do everything possible to recover the money, car, or even home that has been seized.

Mr. Kradel is also available for consultation and representation for individuals dealing with Washington's currently unclear Medical Marijuana laws.

The initial consultation with Mr. Kradel is free and is an opportunity for potential clients to learn more about Mr. Kradel and the high level of professional representation offered by Kradel Defense PLLC.

Contact

Address: 1001 Fourth Avenue Suite 4050 Seattle, WA 98154
Phone: Work: 206.397.3102 Fax: 206-922-5547
Email: jeff@kradeldefense.com

 

Capable and Compassionate

"I originally went with Jeff after an extremely frightening and potentially disastrous DUI. He thoroughly described all my potential options with the risks and consequences involved. Being that my job involves driving, we went with the deferred prosecution. With Jeff on my side, we avoided the need to post bail, I kept my license, and didn't need pay for an Ignition Interlock License, plus he didn't charge for emails and phone calls. The final invoice was only 1 half hour meeting before the hearing and the actual time spent in court.

More recently, I had an unscheduled review hearing for a violation of my probation. This was even more daunting than the original hearings because there's initially no risk involved with a deferred; you just sign some papers and go. Of course, I went to Jeff and he gave me a great discount the second time around and once again, only charged for time spent in court.

If you want someone who will fight for you, work with your needs, and not break the bank, go with Jeffrey Kradel."