Drug Possession Charges in Fort Bend
Experienced Drug Crime Attorney
Have you been charged with a drug possission in Fort Bend County? A conviction
on a drug possession charge can have a major impact on the rest of your
life. It is important that you hire a knowledgeable and experienced drug
crime lawyer in Fort Bend when defending yourself against these and other
types of drug offenses. The course of your future could depend on the
outcome of this situation. Call my office to learn more about the defense
available to you. I can be reached at (281) 971-5660.
Why call my firm first?
Law Office of John L. Venza Jr., I provide clients with
tailored and aggressive criminal defense representation in many different types of cases, including possession of drugs. My firm is
dedicated to protecting your rights throughout the entirety of your case. As a former prosecutor for the state
of Texas, I have handled many drug cases. I pride myself on offering a
unique perspective as to how the other side will approach the charges against you.
Types of Substances
Drug possession charges can be leveled if an individual is in possession
of any of a wide range of narcotics and controlled substances, including:
Cocaine (or crack cocaine)
- Ecstasy (MDMA)
- Meth (crystal meth or methamphetamine)
The types of punishments that apply to drug convictions vary with the amount
and type of drugs. Whether the case falls under state or federal jurisdiction
has an impact on the punishments as well. The penalties can range from
probation and fines to lengthy prison sentences. If you need a Fort Bend
lawyer for a drug crimedo not hesitate to
get in touch with my office immediately. Fill out my
free case evaluation or
call my office at (281) 971-5660.
How My Skill and Experience Can Work for You
successfully handled cases for clients accused of possession of drugs in state courts all around
- My knowledge of the arguments that are associated with the various state
and federal charges is extensive.
- I can stand up for your rights.
- I have successfully argued for the suppression of drugs or evidence in
cases, resulting in charges being dismissed.
I often utilize an
innovative approach to simple drug possession cases.
For example, I will - when appropriate - have a client submit to urinalysis
while out on bail. Assuming the client is able to remain drug-free while
the case is pending, the negative drug tests can then be presented to
the D.A. to help cast the client in a positive light, which will usually
have a favorable impact on plea negotiations with the D.A. Every case
is unique, and I am ready to begin working on a custom strategy for you.
Call today to speak to an experienced and tough Fort Bend drug crime lawyer
today at (281) 971-5660!