Possession Of Dangerous Drugs

Prescription medications require just that: a prescription. Individuals can be charged with serious drug offenses if they distribute or possess dangerous drugs that do not have a valid prescription.

What are dangerous drugs? Typically, they are drugs not included in the Texas Health and Safety Code Schedules. Common dangerous drugs include Xanax, Valium and Ketamine in Texas.

Handling Prescription Drug Criminal Cases

At the Law Office of Hector Gonzalez III, P.C., in San Antonio, our attorneys understand the intricate nature of crimes involving dangerous drugs. We have 20 years of experience handing drug crime cases involving various types of prescription drugs. Our experience is matched with vast knowledge of the criminal justice system and how your case will be prosecuted in the state.

It is important to recognize your rights and to contact a dangerous drug attorney if you are suspected of being involved in a drug crime case. Contact us right away.

We Know What Action To Take In Your Case

Texas has some of the harshest penalties for drug possession. The possession of a dangerous drug of less than 28 grams is a Class A misdemeanor and could result in a jail sentence of up to one year. Possessing more than 28 grams of a dangerous drug is a felony and will result in harsher penalties if you are convicted.

As experienced and successful trial lawyers, we understand how prosecutors in different counties handle these cases. Some prosecutors may be willing to reduce or dismiss the charges depending on your completion of rehabilitation or community service. We know which prosecutors are open to negotiating a positive resolution and which cases will require zealous litigation to reach the best possible outcome.

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Your future depends on your criminal defense team. We provide tenacious representation tailored to your specific needs. You can trust we will always work hard to find the best possible result in your case.

Do not wait to contact us if you are suspected of a dangerous drug crime. Call us at 210-404-4230 or contact us online. We offer free initial consultations.