Drug Defense Attorneys in Houston
Legal Services for Clients Facing Drug Possession and Other Offenses in Fort Bend and Harris Counties
From drug trafficking to drug possession and manufacturing, drug crimes have gained excessive attention over the years. Marijuana, for instance, has gained much attention over the past decade to a point that other states have legalized its use for recreational purposes. Other states also recognize its use but only for medicinal purposes.
Aside from marijuana, other examples of commonly abused drugs include:
Drug convictions commonly have severe consequences, with federal drug charges known to be more ruthless than statutory laws. The punishment could range from deportation to loss of custody of children, loss of residency, probation, hefty fines, or community service.
Yes. Although neighboring states like Oklahoma and Arkansas have legalized medical cannabis, Texas continues to outlaw the possession of marijuana regardless of the purpose. The prohibition applies to all parts of the Cannabis Sativa plant such as dried leaves, shredded buds, or even seeds. It also does not matter whether the marijuana is living or dead.
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Given the complexities of these cases and the legal proceedings, it is in your best interest to seek the services of a knowledgeable attorney who specializes in drug crimes. Whether by challenging the evidence presented, targeting the procedural errors, or challenging the drug possession charges, a criminal defense attorney will always find loopholes in the prosecutor’s case to use in your defense. If you’ve been charged with a drug crime, it’s time to seek justice and protect your legal rights.