Drug Defense Lawyer Working Hard Protecting Your Future
A drug or marijuana conviction will have long-term affects on your future. Not only can potential employers find out about your conviction, your driver’s license will also be suspended. You need a strong marijuana and drug defense lawyer to protect and fight for you. I’ve been defending drug and controlled substances cases in Brazos County for 25 years.
Aggressively Defending Drug Charges in Bryan-College Station
I’m a Bryan-College Station drug charge defense lawyer. This includes cases like marijuana, cocaine possession, and methamphetamine. I also defend persons charged with illegal possession of prescription drugs like Xanax and Adderall. I’ve successfully defended persons charged with drugs and marijuana for more than 25 years.
I vigorously challenge search and seizure violations, probable cause, and factual evidence. However, when sentencing is inevitable I strive to negotiate alternative sentencing options such as probation, community service, or drug rehabilitation programs.
Punishments Can be Severe.
In Texas, the range of punishments for drug offenses differ greatly depending upon the nature of the charge and the drug involved. Some are misdemeanor crimes and others are serious felony offenses. All convictions for drug offenses carry mandatory drivers license suspensions.
Call if you have been charged with a drug offense, marijuana possession, cocaine or methamphetamine possession, or prescription drug fraud.
A Bryan-College Station Board Certified drug and criminal defense lawyer is ready to discuss the next steps in defending yourself and protecting your rights. Please don’t wait. We are trained to help.
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