Austin Drug Possession Attorney

Have you been arrested in Central Texas for Possession of a Controlled Substance?

Having an illicit drug or someone else’s prescription in your possession may cause the police to charge you under the Texas Controlled Substance Act.  If convicted, sentences can vary depending on the public danger a particular drug poses. A first degree felony conviction could put you in prison for up 99 years. Being charged with a drug-related crime places your freedom in jeopardy. That’s why your first call should be to an experienced criminal defense attorney.

As an experienced drug possession law firm, our team mounts proactive defenses against law enforcement’s accusations. The state will need to prove that you intentionally and knowing possessed the illegal substance and they collected evidence in a lawful fashion. We can target their methods, procedures and other elements of the claims.  Search warrants may be invalid and evidence may have been seized without probable cause.  Absent a warrant, prosecutors bear the burden of proving the reasonableness of the search.  If problems with the search or seizure are discovered it may positively affect the sentence or disposition.

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