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Drug Offenses

Criminal Defense Attorneys for Drug Charges

A single conviction on a drug charge, even one classified as a misdemeanor offense, can carry serious penalties that can significantly impact your future. Texas state legislators have introduced harsher drug offense laws and penalties that include serious fines and prison sentences. If you are facing drug charges, you need to contact an attorney who understands what you are up against.

At the law firm of Holmes & Moore, P.L.L.C., our attorneys have more than 90 years of combined experience representing clients in Longview and East Texas who have been charged with drug offenses. We have successfully defended clients accused of misdemeanor, felony, state and federal drug crimes and remain committed to protecting the rights of every client we serve.

Even convictions for first-time offenses of simple possession can result in probation, court-ordered treatment, community service or all three. A conviction will also impair your ability to obtain employment and to receive financial aid for education. Call Holmes & Moore at 903-758-2200 to begin protecting your rights.

Drug Offenses in East Texas

At Holmes & Moore, our experienced criminal defense lawyers represent clients in a wide variety of drug offense matters, including:

  • Drug possession
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Manufacture and distribution of a controlled substance
  • Drug conspiracy
  • Drug trafficking
  • School Zone drug offenses
  • Prescription drug charges
  • Illegal anabolic steroid charges
  • Civil seizure/civil forfeiture

Our firm has defended clients on drug charges involving marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, prescription drugs, anabolic steroids and more.

If You Are Arrested…

One of the first and most important actions that you can take if you are facing drug charges is to decline to discuss your case with law enforcement officials. Local and state police officers, drug task force members and federal agents will take the information that you provide in an interview or a statement and use it to build a case against you.

These officials may tell you that by talking, you can help clear your name. In most cases, however, law enforcement officials are only attempting to confirm what they already suspect. By hiring an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible, you can help ensure that your rights are protected in any criminal investigation.

Contact us immediately if you or someone you love has been charged with a drug offense in East Texas. Call 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 903-758-2200.