Responding to Texas Drug Charges

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Regardless of the drug charges you are facing in Texas, you will be up against heavy fines and potential imprisonment. Law enforcement spends a lot of time and resources on this area and sentencing is tough. Whether you have been arrested for drug possession, drug delivery, drug manufacturing or another related charge, Hill & Hill Attorneys at Law can help.

If you are under investigation for a drug-related crime, the first and most important thing for you to do is remain silent and insist that the police obtain a warrant to search your property. Next, hire a criminal defense attorney to help you protect your rights and freedom.

With some of the harshest penalties for drug related arrests, Texas court cases are typically based on a few determining factors:

  • Quantity
  • How the drug was stored or concealed
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Amount of money found with drugs
  • Prior offenses

Different types of drugs are associated with different levels of penalties, with fines ranging from $4,000 to $250,000, not to mention years in prison. Changes are being made to help first-time offenders though. Texas recently passed a law allowing first-time drug felons to be able to receive food stamps as long as these individuals comply with the conditions of their parole. While it is unknown how many individuals are in need of these food stamps, this new legislation has the potential to provide assistance to the almost 57,000 Texans on Community Supervision for drug offenses.

If you are being investigated for a drug charge nearby Denton, Texas, contact Hill & Hill Attorneys at Law for help. With prior work as criminal prosecutors, we understand how to form a strong defense and will work to get the best results for our clients. Contact us online or by calling 1-866-369-2889 today.

2017-06-08T14:57:41+00:00