Texas Feloney and Federal Drug Charges
Texas law is very strict when it comes to drug charges. How stiff the penalties are largely depends on the quantity of drugs that were on your person, the past convictions or charges brought against you, whether or not there was additional paraphernalia or large amounts of cash found with the drugs, and what attempts were made to conceal the drugs. The primary charges which you may face if you are being investigated for or arrested for drug crimes are:Possession of a Controlled Substance.
The Consequences of a Drug Crime Conviction are Real
You Could Lose Your Life
While drug charges will not result in the death penalty, they could result in you being given 99 years in prison. If the thought of spending 99 years behind bars does not appeal to you, don’t wait to see what happens. Contact my law offices now so that I can help you prepare a strong defense.
You Could Lose Your Kids
Drug charges and testing positive for drugs after a drug charge during a medical visit can result in the loss of your children. Don’t let that happen to you. Make sure you contact me immediately if you are facing charges so that I can help you keep your family together.
You Could Lose Your Job
Drug charges can cause you to lose your license to practice medicine, obtaining a professional license, or to teach in schools. You will be prohibited from working in law enforcement or in government agencies. You could have your security clearance revoked. Don’t wait to find out. Act now to get help. Can your family afford to be without an income? Fighting a drug charge requires a skilled legal professional in your corner.
The Longer You Wait, the Worse the Problem Grows
The sooner you take action, the more options are available to you in terms of the kind of support that my office can provide. The sooner you call, the sooner we start working together to formulate a plan of attack, locate witnesses, and investigate the evidence and circumstances surrounding the charges being filed against you.
Don’t Fight This Alone
The District Attorney’s office will be putting together a team that will bury you in evidence. You need someone experienced to help you. You need someone who knows the right questions to ask and the weaknesses in the process. You need someone with a proven track record of success.
I have handled over 7500 cases in my career as an attorney. I know what it will take to win the fight. I can help you secure a better resolution for your situation.
You Need Someone Knowledgeable
Drug laws vary and are ever-changing. Your legal team needs to have the most up-to-date knowledge to defend you. Possession, intent to deliver, and actual delivery carry different penalties. An experienced attorney knows the right question to ask. They know your rights when it comes to search and seizure. They know to ask if the police followed the correct protocol.
They know to look for improperly handled evidence. They know whether or not the drugs found in your possession were properly tested, or whether the drug tests given to you were properly conducted. The right attorney will be looking out for you and making sure that you are protected from people who be more interested in a conviction than they are in protecting your rights. Having someone in your corner who has represented clients in trial for drug possession is critical to your future and freedoms
Take Immediate Action If you even think that you are under investigation for drug use or possession, you need to pick up the phone now. Every hour that you delay creates time for mistakes to be made that could harm your case. Don’t wait for them to charge you. Protect yourself, your family, and your future now. Give the law offices of Heath Hyde a call
Take ActionIf you suspect you are under investigation, been arrested, or charged with a drug crime call the Law Office of Heath Hyde immediately for a free initial consultation.
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