A person can be convicted of possession of marijuana in Texas if the person knowingly or intentionally possessed a useable quantity of marijuana in a specific county on a specific date. Possession is defined as exercising care, custody, control, or management over the marijuana. Being charged with possession of marijuana is more serious than you think. With immediate consequences including jail, probation, fees, community service, and driver license suspensions, such as long range consequences including the denial of financial aid, loans, housing, and job applications, you need an attorney who takes possession of marijuana charges seriously. I think just about every marijuana case should be set for trial. Unlike most lawyers, I am not looking to plead you out on a possession of marijuana case to make a quick buck. I am looking to get you the verdict you deserve, so I say, let’s take that marijuana case to trial.
I am the Dope Defense Attorney. I investigate every marijuana case as I would investigate a “more serious charge,” such as possession of cocaine or any other felony. I know that juries are looking for any reason to find a marijuana defendant not guilty, which I why I like to take marijuana cases to trial. If you want a serious Texas Criminal Defense Trial Attorney to look into your Possession of Marijuana case, fill out the form below or call me today to review your case consultation.
I will look into the facts of the case and the circumstances of the stop to try to get a dismissal. Only after that will I recommend the First Chance or any other pretrial diversion program. If you are serious about your future, you need a serious possession of marijuana attorney
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