Do You Need a Meth Charge Defense Attorney?
An arrest for meth possession does not mean a conviction is automatic. Asserting your rights and having an attorney protecting your rights are important steps to securing a satisfactory outcome that protects your freedom and your future. Criminal convictions can lead to time in prison or a record that hampers job and educational pursuits.
Call (281) 823-9377 If You Have Been Arrested for Meth Possession
Incarceration may not be the only option. Alternatives to prison can be explored and negotiated. Our founding attorney, Larry P. McDougal Sr. employs effective strategies toward building your defense. Errors made by prosecutors and police officers could violate your rights, resulting in suppression of important evidence. The evidence itself may be weak enough to have drug possession charges reduced or dismissed.
In 2009, Larry P. McDougal Sr. was recognized by the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association with their President’s Award. He is well-known throughout the state for his proven trial skills that help him establish a strong negotiating position for our clients.
Methamphetamines or crystal meth present significant problems in Texas. With the right ingredients, manufacturing meth can be accomplished easily in their home for use or sale. Like all drug-related crimes, the courts have taken a hard stance on the use, resulting in catastrophic, life-changing consequences for convictions.
Felony criminal charges for meth possession are based on the amount. Prison sentences range from up to two to 99 years. Fines could be as low as $10,000 and as high as $100,000.
The stakes are high in cases involving methamphetamine possession or drug manufacturing. Immediate legal representation is paramount before speaking to police officers and prosecutors. Assert your rights, starting with the right to remain silent. Do not talk to anyone before contacting our experienced lawyers at The Law Office of Larry McDougal.
Contact A Texas Meth Possession Attorney
For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your drug crimes case, contact our experienced Richmond meth charge defense attorneys at The Law Office of Larry McDougal online or telephone us at (281) 823-9377.