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Understanding Drug Possession Charges in Texas

By | February 14th, 2020|Categories: Drug Crimes|

Texas has very strong drug-related laws on the books, and that includes possession of controlled substances. From marijuana to cocaine, heroin, crack, and even prescription medication in some cases, being found in possession of a controlled substance can have some very serious ramifications on your life.   What Are the Possible Charges for Drug Possession in [...]

What You Should Know about Possession of Cocaine in Texas

By | February 7th, 2020|Categories: Drug Crimes|

Texas treats drug possession very seriously. If you have been arrested on possession charges, it is important that you have experienced legal counsel on your side. This is particularly true for cocaine and its derivatives. What should you know about Texas cocaine laws and potential punishments? We’ll explore those below.   How Are Possession Charges Determined? [...]

Can You Be Arrested for Marijuana in Texas?

By | January 17th, 2020|Categories: Drug Crimes|

The nation as a whole is seeing a significant relaxation of marijuana laws. Unfortunately, this doesn’t really apply to Texas. While the Lone Star State is no longer as strict as it once was in regard to possession of marijuana, it’s still one of the least marijuana-friendly states in the Union. What should you know about [...]

What You Should Know If You’ve Been Arrested for Possession of Marijuana (POM)

By | October 25th, 2019|Categories: Drug Crimes|

All across the country, marijuana laws are slowly relaxing. Some states have decriminalized marijuana for medical use. Others have even decriminalized recreational use. Texas is moving toward more relaxed laws, but much of that shift is unintentional and, while the penalties for possession have been slightly reduced, the Lone Star State is still not really marijuana-friendly. [...]

Car Passenger Charged With Possession Of Controlled Substance With Intent To Deliver

By | June 1st, 2018|Categories: Drug Crimes|

If you are a passenger in a vehicle that is stopped for a traffic violation and a large amount of drugs are found in the vehicle you can be charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—even if the vehicle does not belong to you, even if the drugs were found in the [...]

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