Fort Worth Drug Lawyer
If you are accused of a drugs/marijuana charge in Texas then at the very least you will be facing a misdemeanor charge under Texas law. However, very quickly you may be facing a felony charge if the amounts involved are larger, certain drugs are found, or you face additional charges such as intent to sell. Consequences of drugs charges grow considerably more serious, and if you are in this situation should get qualified legal representation as soon as possible.
If you are facing any type of drugs/marijuana charge in the North Texas or Fort Worth area then contact The Goolsby Law Firm as soon as you can. With over two decades of experience, and as a former trial attorney with the District attorney’s office, Mike Goolsby has the experience and knowledge to help you with any type of drugs accusation.
An accusation is not the end of the road, and any time you are facing any type of criminal charges you should offer a defense against them. Attorney Mike Goolsby strongly believes that the state should be made to prove any accusations against you to the fullest extent possible, and will work tirelessly to protect your rights and liberty.
If you are questioned by the police regarding any drugs/marijuana charge you are entitled to have your attorney present. Do not put your future in the hands of an overworked public defender that will not have the time to focus on your case. With an attorney that has extensive trial experience during the process, often with careful examination of the evidence against you, the charges can be sometimes reduced or even dismissed entirely.
No matter how trivial you may think your situation is, Texas enforces its drugs laws to the fullest extent possible. Even as a first-time offender you can find yourself serving time in jail, on probation, and with the requirement to enroll in a mandatory rehabilitation program. Life as a convicted felon is something that can be very difficult, your ability to gain employment, rent property, get finance, hold a license to own a gun, and hold certain licenses can be adversely affected.
In Texas the health and safety code dictates drug possession laws and splits controlled substances into five penalty groupings with an additional marijuana group. Even some drugs that are legal with a prescription will still be illegal if you have them without the required permission from a physician. This same code dictates punitive measures regarding illegal possession, of legal prescription drugs.
Whilst marijuana has enjoyed a certain level of legality and tolerance in certain states, in Texas if you are caught with any drugs/marijuana you will face some pretty severe consequences. Call The Goolsby Law Firm immediately for help, we offer a completely free initial consultation where can ask any questions about the path that your defense can take. Call today in the strictest confidence.