The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution of the U.S. guarantees, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures…”
The State of Texas is an aggressive participant in the war on drugs and therefore it’s possible that some of your rights in gaining evidence were disregarded. A qualified experienced drug crime lawyer investigates all differentiating possibilities and guides you through your case with all of your rights protected.
While many states have legalized marijuana and many more are following suit, Texas is nowhere near approving wide recreational or even medical use of the drug. Possession of marijuana, even under 2 oz., is still highly illegal. Convictions for the unlawful possession of marijuana can result in a wide variety of penalties from fines to imprisonment. This will affect your public record which can have severe consequences to your residential and employment opportunities. We’re committed to avoiding a permanent record and qualifying clients for pre-trial diversion and other less severe punishments.