Drug crimes and charges in Hays, Guadalupe, and Comal County should be taken seriously. Drug crimes can include minor possession charges or more serious charges, such as trafficking or production. These sorts of criminal charges hold stiff penalties and can have a profound effect on your life, family, employment, and school opportunities.
As a former prosecutor, our criminal defense law firm has extensive experience in handling drug crimes cases and a deep understanding of drug crime law. We believe in aggressively contesting every questionable police action and element in the prosecution’s case. In defending you, our law firm will work tenaciously to defend your rights and freedom.
We defend people accused of all types of drug crimes, including:
Simple possession of all controlled substances from simple possession of marijuana to cases involving cocaine, heroin, crystal meth, ecstasy, etc.
- Possession of a controlled substance
- Possession with intent to deliver
- Possession with intent to distribute
- Drug trafficking
- Drug manufacturing, and;
- Illegal possession of prescription drugs, and other drug charges
Penalties for Drug Crimes in Hays, Guadalupe, and Comal County
It’s important to understand that drug crimes and offenses that involve controlled substances are taken very seriously throughout Texas. The penalties for such crimes can include fines and even prison sentences.
The penalties for narcotic charges usually depend on the type of substance involved, as well as the amount of the drug substance. The penalties are also determined by whether there was an intent to sell drugs.
Our San Marcos Law Firm can Help
If you have been accused of possession of a controlled substance or any sort of drug crime or charge, you will need a knowledgeable defense attorney on your side who can help fight for your rights. At the Law Office of Case J. Darwin Inc., we go above and beyond to help give our clients the best possible defense involving these sort of charges. You can rest assured that we will do our best to protect your fourth amendment rights which protect you from unreasonable searches and seizures by any agent of the government.