State Drug Crimes

Odom, davis & hobson – criminal defense firm

40

Years of Legal Experience

Drug Crimes include everything from possession of marijuana to possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine. Regardless of the offense, a drug charge in the State of Texas is not one to take lightly. Depending on the type of drug, the amount that you are charged with, and the circumstances of the case, drug crimes in the State of Texas can range from a Class B Misdemeanor to a First Degree Felony.  Punishments range from 6 months probation to life in prison.

4th Amendment Rights

Most drug possession cases involve a search and/or seizure of the defendant. The 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees that no person in this country shall be subject to unreasonable searches or seizures at the hands of the State. Often, the way that the drugs were obtained is at issue based on case law surrounding the 4th Amendment. A successful challenge to the search or seizure can lead to the drugs being not admissible into evidence, and ultimately a dismissal of the case. You need an experienced Houston Drug Crime Attorney who understands the case law surrounding searches and seizures to ensure you receive effective representation.

At Odom, Davis & Hobson, we keep up to date on the current state of the law and are well versed in successfully challenging unreasonable searches and seizures. Our firm has handled numerous drug cases in State courts over the last 40 years. Our drug crime attorneys will fight to ensure the State has conducted their investigation within the confines of the law and can prove every element beyond a reasonable doubt.

Odom, Davis & Hobson

Our Drug Crime Lawyers have a wealth of experience in handling drug-related criminal cases. We use our broad knowledge of the Texas criminal justice system to mount a a competent defense strategy. In every case that we take, you can expect a relentless defense with an aim to put you in the best position possible at the resolution of your case.

It is imperative that you get a competent Houston Drug Lawyer early in the process.

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