State v. J.W.

June, 2017
Charges: First and Second Degree Controlled Substance Crimes - Felonies

Client was approved for a program that will avoid not only a brutish mandatory minimum sentence of five years in prison, but also the guideline sentence of up to twelve years--in favor of an intensive drug treatment program at the Department of Corrections, which will have him home nearly as fast as if he had entered the Boot Camp/Challenge Incarceration Program (which typically shortens any sentence of 72 months or less to roughly 8 months in prison and the balance on conditional release). Client had complications in his record and on this case that disqualified him from Boot Camp, but continuous hustle and creativity on Mr. Adkins' part resulted in a highly rare and welcome discount for the client.

Types of Charge(s): Drug Crime Case Results