Have you been arrested or charged with a drug offense? Did the police stop and search your car? Did they execute a warrant on your home? Did they use a drug sniffing dog? Did they use or confront you with a field testing kit? Did the police try to question you afterwards? Was an illegal substance found on you or near you? Was it a drug, dangerous drug, controlled substance, or other illegal substance?
Whatever the situation, I can help.
Defending someone accused of drug charges requires a defense attorney with a strong grasp on constitutional law who can determine whether or not you, your home, or your things were searched illegally and whether or not you were questioned illegally. A defense in these cases also requires an attorney with an in-depth knowledge of how the state intends to link you to the illegal substances and prove you had knowledge of them.
As a former prosecutor in Williamson County, I understand the types of scientific evidence and testimony prosecutors are likely to use against you. I also know the types of facts and evidence prosecutors are looking for to determine whether or not they can prove their case. I am well versed in the constitutional law relevant to these cases including cases regarding searches, seizures, interrogations, affirmative links, and knowledge.
In other words, I know what the law is, how the prosecutors will try to use it against you, and what to do about it to protect your rights, assert the best possible defense, and get the best possible outcome for your particular case.
I also understand that the situation that lead to your arrest is one moment in a larger picture. Helping the prosecutor, and sometimes the judge or jury, understand that you are a whole person, far more than that arrest, is often an important step in helping determine and convincing the prosecutor to agree to the best outcome for you given the facts and evidence against you.
Texas prosecutors vigorously enforce drug laws. The War on Drugs, however misguided it may sometimes appear to the average citizen, remains a top priority for law enforcement officers and courts. The consequences for even small amounts of illegal substances can be significant. A conviction for a drug offense can impact your future, affect your ability to drive, limit future employment options, and otherwise negatively impact your rights.
Call me now and let me help. Don’t face the full power and resources of the State alone.