Criminal investigations of drug crimes involve a variety of aggressive investigative techniques, including the use of search warrants, grand jury subpoenas, forfeitures and wiretaps. Investigating agents and officers move quickly, often giving those charged with drug related crimes little time to make critical decisions. On occasion, the government conducts historical investigations, interviewing and subpoenaing people to testify about transactions that occurred years ago.

The drug crime defense attorneys at Willey & Chamberlain have years of combined legal experience handling all sorts of drug crime charges, many of which have involved controlled substance violations. Our experienced attorneys have the expertise and determination needed to handle the most difficult narcotics cases in either federal or state courts.

We handle offenses related to drug manufacture, distribution and possession involving:

  • Cocaine (Coke)
  • Crack Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Marijuana (Pot)

  • MDMA/ecstasy
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Methamphetamine
  • Hallucinogens

Drug-related convictions have serious penalties under federal and state drug laws, and constitutional rights under the Fourth Amendment (search and seizure) are often compromised as state and federal agencies aggressively take legal action against alleged narcotics offenders.

If you are facing charges for a drug crime, you need aggressive, effective and efficient representation dedicated to protecting your rights and interests at every stage of your case. The experienced drug crime attorneys at Willey & Chamberlain will effectively support you from the grand jury investigation through an appeal.

For more information on how to defend against drug-related charges from the trusted drug crime attorneys at Willey & Chamberlain, please contact us here or call our office directly at 616.458.2212.­­

Larry C. Willey

August 10, 2015

Charles E. Chamberlain, Jr.

August 9, 2015

Britt Morton Cobb

August 8, 2015

Peter VanGelderen

August 7, 2015

Julia Anne Kelly

April 11, 2018

Tracy Evans

August 6, 2015