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  1. The state of Texas has a great deal of concern over drug crimes. Possession of an illicit drug is one case in which a criminal can face severe penalties. Various penalties & regulations can be observed in the Texas Health & Safety Code regarding possession of drugs. A class B misdemeanor is possession below 2 ounces of marijuana, whereas marijuana possession of more than 2 ounces, lower than four ounces is a class A misdemeanor. Yet possession of more than 4 ounces but less than 5 pounds is a state prison crime. Most people convicted of simple drug trafficking are usually f
  2. There is nothing as small drug crime charges. Any drug crime charge, be it a simple marijuana possession or manufacturing of methamphetamines, has the potential to ruin your life. When you are charged or arrested by law enforcement, you have two clear choices. You can plead guilty and accept your sentence as dictated by the court, or you can exercise the basic right to a trial and be heard by a judge. None of these decisions should be taken without a competent drug crime lawyer's support and guidance. If you decide you're going to go ahead with a trial, you're going to need a solid
  3. In recent years, drug policies have gained worldwide scrutiny due to the influx of legal and illegal drugs across borders and into the black market. Each U.S. state has laws that prevent a person from possessing, making, or selling different drugs or paraphernalia. This includes marijuana, methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, and the products required to use or manufacture them. How they are being used is what determines whether a drug is legal or illegal. Some states have a moderate view on marijuana usage, others like Texas prohibit it completely. If those that are used to treat leg
  4. While there have been steps nationwide to turn back the clock on some of the drug crime-related penalties and charges, especially in the case of marijuana drug crime but you will have to play by the rules and laws as they are today. To do so, you'll need a good drug crime lawyer by your side if you have been charged with any drug crimes. The penalties involved with such charges are too harsh to risk-taking your chances alone. No matter where you reside in the U.S., criminal conduct related to illegal substances will result in incredibly stringent punishments. In certain situations, these penal
  5. You do not have to be a criminal to be charged with an offense. A judicial framework is in place in the U.S, allowing those suspects to be innocent unless proven guilty. Hiring a drug crime lawyer might be a smart idea if you're facing even lighter drug crime charges such as marijuana possession in small quantities. However, if the charges against you are baseless, a qualified drug crime lawyer can persuade the court of your innocence. With a professional drug crime lawyer defending you, you might be able to prove your innocence or escape a trial entirely. Why do I need
  6. Realistically, a drug crime lawyer can help understand the criminality of possession of marijuana. Ongoing debates about the possible reliability and health effects of cannabis have contributed to the defragmentation of legal opinions across the United States. While some regions have a moderate attitude to the consumption of marijuana, others condemn it outright, placing harsh punishments on those who are found to use, sell, or cultivate it. Based on the state in which the defense counsel performs their expertise, they may have a particular system of treating marijuana offense case
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