The Intricacies of Texas Drug Trafficking Law Plunging headlong into the vast and labyrinthine maze of the Texas legal system can be exceedingly daunting, particularly when severe and complex drug trafficking charges further complicate the situation. A comprehensive understanding of these charges and their respective legal implications is not just beneficial but is fundamentally essential. […]
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Texas Drug Possession: What if the drugs have been planted on you?
Drug possession is a serious crime in Texas, with severe penalties ranging from incarceration to fines and a permanent criminal record. However, in some cases, an individual may be wrongly accused of drug possession when the drugs have been planted on them. This can happen in various situations, such as misunderstandings, false accusations, or deliberate […]
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in Texas
If you are caught and charged with the possession of drug paraphernalia in Texas, it is a serious crime with real consequences, and you should contact an attorney as soon as possible.
Texas Drug Classification Schedule
The State of Texas has developed its own drug classification system outside the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. Instead of schedules, it categorizes drugs into penalty groups.
First Offender of Drug Possession- What Steps Should I Take?
Texas’ harsh drug laws leave the door open for hefty fines & jail time. We cover the steps you should take after being charged with drug possession.
What To Do After Being Arrested for Drinking and Driving
The moments after being arrested for DWI in Texas can be some of the most tense, frantic, and uneasy of a person’s life. After all, no one plans on being pulled over by police and subjected to intense questioning and a field sobriety test and then taken into jail. Chances are, the suspect will not […]
Texas Marijuana Possession
While marijuana laws are changing, Texas still has some of the toughest laws in the U.S. when it comes to the possession and sale of cannabis. Even small amounts of the drug can land you in jail for several months and incur expensive fines. Although the Texas governor recently signed the state’s first medical marijuana bill, personal possession and sale are still illegal.