San Antonio Drug Possession Attorney
Call a Proven San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer: (210) 787-2842
Few states have drug possession laws as stringent and harsh as Texas. Lawmakers
have outlined extensive penalties for those caught with controlled substances,
with complex criteria on how offenders should be punished. No two drug
possession charges are alike and to accurately understand the details
of your charge and what consequences you could be facing, it is imperative
that you consult a knowledgeable and dedicated
San Antonio drug crimes lawyer.
At The Law Office of Guillermo Lara Jr.,
Attorney Lara has
successfully resolved hundreds of
criminal cases and is ready to bring that unparalleled experience to you your drug possession
charges. With tireless efforts and unmatched resources, he can ensure
that your voice is clearly and emphatically heard in a court of law.
Do not wait to start your drug possession defense. Call the firm now to
Why hire Guillermo Lara?
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Texas Drug Possession Laws
Texas has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to drug use and possession.
The charges you receive depend on the type of drug in your possession.
You could receive a Class A, B or C misdemeanor for smaller amounts of
drugs, but this may be escalated to a felony if larger amounts are found.
Examples of misdemeanor charges and punishments:
Class A: $4,000 fine and 1 year in jail
Class B: $2,000 fine and 180 days in jail
Class C: $500 fine
Texas Drug "Groups" & Penalties
Texas law classifies illegal substances into different groups. These groups
are primarily used to determine the illegality of a substance. For instance,
Group 1 substances are considered the most dangerous and carry the most
severe penalties. Group 4 substances, however, commonly carry lesser penalties.
Some common examples of substances in each drug group include:
Group 1: Heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine
Group 1A: LSD
Group 2: PCP, mescaline, ecstasy
Group 3: Xanax, Valium, Ritalin, and other prescription drugs
Group 4: Dionine and Buprenorphine compounds
Penalties for these crimes can vary greatly. Not only is the substance
involved in the charge key to determining possible penalties, the quantity
is also a critical concern. Texas does include a mandatory six month driver's
license suspense with any drug possession charge. To determine what specific
charges you could be facing for your drug charge, contact
Attorney Lara today.
Have you been arrested for marijuana possession in Texas?
While other states all over the country are reforming their marijuana laws,
Texas marijuana statutes remain strident. In fact, far more people are
arrested for simple marijuana possession than violent crimes in Texas.
Possession of four ounces or less is a misdemeanor that can result in
fines and jail time.
Any volume of marijuana over four ounces is a felony and can result in
a sentence to state prison!
However, these are the maximum penalties. With an advocate in your corner,
reduction of these charges or even a complete dismissal is possible. Put
these possibilities within reach. Contact Attorney Lara today to learn
more about your potential defense strategies.
Get the defense you need. Call (210) 787-2842 today!
criminal charge can be frightening, but those charged with drug possession offenses can
feel particularly marginalized and dismissed by our judicial system. Do
not become just another case number—
call The Law Office of Guillermo Lara Jr. today to fight your charges and pursue the best possible outcome of your
case. Attorney Lara is prepared to exhaust every legal avenue to make
sure your rights are protected and your possession charges are put as
swiftly behind you as possible.
Your freedom and future matters. Contact our San Antonio drug possession
lawyer at (210) 787-2842