Cocaine Charges

Cocaine Charges

Drug Crime Attorney in Fort Bend

Cocaine is classified under the Texas Controlled Substance Act in Penalty Group 1. Possession of a Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 1 is taken very seriously by prosecutors. Whether you are caught with few grams of cocaine or multiple kilos, you will need a Fort Bend drug crime lawyer who has the necessary experience and knowledge of the law to thoroughly represent you and protect your rights.

At the Law Office of John L. Venza Jr., I pride myself on offering a unique perspective on how the other side will approach the cocaine charges against you. I am a former prosecutor for the state of Texas and have effectively handled many drug cases. I have successfully defended people accused of possession or distribution of cocaine in state courts throughout southeast Texas, and am ready to take immediate action on your case.

Challenging the Government's Case

I am dedicated to protecting your rights throughout the entirety of your case. My knowledge of the law regarding search and seizure laws can help as we work to suppress the evidence against you or get the charges against you dismissed.

Police often discover cocaine during vehicle searches, a practice that frequently violates the rights of the vehicle occupants due to the fact that these searches are conducted without probable cause or warrants. As a result of my in-depth knowledge of vehicle searches, I know how to highlight the flaws in a case to a judge and work to have evidence suppressed.

Whether you are charged with possession or delivery of powder cocaine or crack cocaine, whether the amount involved is less than one gram or up to several kilos of cocaine, my experience and knowledge of search and seizure law is something you need on your side when defending against drug crime charges. Enlisting the services of a Fort Bend drug crime lawyer may mean the difference between a dismissal and jail time.

Free Confidential Consultation

A conviction on cocaine possession or trafficking charges can have a major impact on the rest of your life. You could be sent to jail or prison, and even after your release you would continue to be followed by your criminal record. If you are a U.S. immigrant, you could be deported. I am prepared to relentlessly defend you against these charges. For more information or to schedule a free consultation at my office - conveniently located off Highway 59 in Sugar Land, Texas - please contact me, attorney John Venza Jr.