If You Have Been Charged With A Drug Crime In Texas

There is no time to waste if you have been accused of a drug offense, such as:

  • Possession of marijuana
  • Possession with intent to distribute marijuana
  • Possession or distribution of other banned substances — "street drugs" or prescription drugs obtained illegally
  • Possession of drug-related paraphernalia
  • Cultivating marijuana
  • Manufacturing methamphetamines (meth) or other drugs
  • Conspiracy to commit any drug crime

Even if you believe you are under investigation but no arrest has taken place yet, The Law Office of Michael J. Crawford urges you to act now. Do not "wait and see what happens." And if you have already been arrested or charged, your situation is, of course, urgent. Timely, aggressive defense is essential to maximize your chances of a good outcome.

Was The Arrest Fair And Proper? Whether It Was Or Not, You Need Quality Legal Counsel Promptly.

Drug charges come about in many ways. Sometimes the person charged did not actually possess or distribute the drugs in question, but someone else made that accusation and the result was an arrest. Sometimes a person charged with a drug crime struggles with drug dependency and needs treatment rather than incarceration. And quite often, police obtained alleged evidence through illegal search and seizure tactics. What were the circumstances that led to accusations against you? Talk to an experienced defense attorney with a strong track record of favorable outcomes.

Contact The Law Office of Michael J. Crawford For The Advice And Defense You Need After A Drug Crime Arrest

Whatever the details of your TX drug crime case, The Law Office of Michael J. Crawford in Corsicana is prepared to defend your constitutional rights, your freedom and your reputation. Call 903-229-4619 or email the law firm to schedule an initial consultation.