Have You Been Charged With A Drug Possession, Manufacturing, or Delivery Crime in Denton?
If you have been arrested or charged with a drug crime, you are most likely in a serious predicament. Texas has a reputation for imposing severe penalties on those involved in drug violations. Consequences can range from fines and probation to prolonged prison sentences, comprising offenses at the state and federal level. The penalties are generally predicated on the variety and amount of the drug involved as well as any previous criminal history. Whether it’s possession, manufacturing, or distributing, the repercussions of a drug conviction can have a long-lasting impact on your professional and personal life. It is imperative that you immediately seek a seasoned defense attorney.
The most common arrests for drug crimes in Texas revolve around possession – possession of marijuana, controlled substances, dangerous drugs, and drug paraphilia. However, there is also cultivation and possession with the intent to deliver or distribute. Drug violations involve all varieties of narcotics from marijuana and cocaine to LSD and methamphetamine. They also often involve illegally obtained prescription drugs.
If your charges involve the alleged delivery to a child, there are arguments that can also be made on your behalf.
The bottom line is this: no matter what charges you may unexpectedly face from bringing marijuana legally obtained in another US state into Texas can be reduced or altogether eliminated with an aggressive defense from an experienced personal attorney. Call our office or fill out the form on our site to schedule a free consultation with an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Searches And Seizure
In order to obtain evidence to charge a suspect of a drug crime, Law enforcement officials employ a wide range of tactics including informants, surveillance, undercover police activity, and search and seizures. Search and seizures are one of the most challenged issues and are often the center of a defense case. The Fourth Amendment protects a person from unreasonable search and seizures and if this is violated, the evidence can be inadmissible, culminating in a weak prosecution case and possible dismissal.
You are innocent until proven guilty. The law office of Henry C. Paine, Jr. understands how to capitalize on this and fight the State’s case against you. We will aggressively and effectively investigate all circumstances and evidence surrounding your arrest. Having an experienced defense attorney on your side can mean the difference between a case dismissal and a lengthy prison sentence. With our experience, knowledge, and expertise, we can help you secure the outcome you need.