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. A conviction will also impair your ability to obtain employment and to receive financial aid for education. Contact Holmes, Moore, Waldron, & Parrish P.L.L.C. or call at 903-758-2200 to begin protecting your rights.
Drug Offenses in Texas
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Manufacture and distribution of a controlled substance
School Zone drug offenses
Prescription drug charges
Illegal anabolic steroid charges
Civil seizure / civil forfeiture
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.
By hiring an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible, you can help ensure that your rights are protected in any criminal investigation.
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