Drug possession charges often occur after car stops or domestic violence calls. In each instance, legal questions arise in regard to whether officers had probable cause to search a car, apartment, or house and or if evidence was handled properly. What We Can Do As a criminal defense attorney, I represent clients in cases involving the following kinds of drug possession charges in Fort Bend County and Sugar Land, TX: Marijuana Heroin Cocaine Methamphetamine Ecstasy Illegal obtained prescription drugs If prosecutors believe any assets or property you have were acquired through proceeds from illegal activity, they may initiate a criminal forfeiture to seize the property in question. This can result in frozen bank accounts, seized cars, homes, and other property, which makes it difficult to finance a defense for drug possession charges.
Other Drug Charges include: Possession of a controlled substance (PCS) Delivery of a controlled substance Possession of marijuana (POM) Possession of drugs or paraphernalia Possession with intent to distribute Narcotics trafficking Manufacture or cultivation of drugs Prescription drug fraud Juvenile drug charges Other drug charges and drug cases Reduce Your Charges If there is no question of your guilt, working with prosecutors to reduce the sentence or charge against you may mean the difference between a lengthy prison sentence and a chance to start over. The court may be inclined to place you on probation if your criminal record is relatively clean and you take the initiative to seek counseling for your drug problem.
Contact Drug Possession Lawyer David Hunter Today Hire the best lawyer for drug charges in Fort Bend. Don’t assume that just because drugs were found on your property you have to plead “guilty” to drug possession charges. To schedule a free, completely confidential consultation, call us now at (281) 265-1515 or contact us and find out how David Hunter could help you today.