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Fight A Drug Possession Charge. Your Future Could Depend On It.

A conviction for drug possession is no minor matter. Depending on the amount and type of drug involved, you could be facing penalties ranging from probation, jail time and a hefty fine to life in prison. A conviction or guilty plea for drug possession can also have a long-term effect on future opportunities.

Beware Of Harsh Consequences

If you are found guilty of cocaine possession in North Texas, you will have a felony conviction on your record that is nearly impossible to remove. A felony drug possession conviction means the loss of rights and opportunities, including the following:

  • No voting
  • No posting bond
  • No owning a gun
  • No federal student loans

It could also mean that you have little chance of getting any job that requires a background check. If you have even a misdemeanor drug possession conviction on your record, you may have difficulty renting an apartment or finding employment.

Turn To Our Defense Law Firm

C.H. “Hank” Judin III is a criminal defense attorney with more than 30 years of experience protecting the rights of clients facing drug charges in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and all of North Texas. We are trial lawyers with the skill and experience to fight for you in court. If you need sound legal advice and aggressive representation, request your free consultation right away.

Rely On Experienced Representation

We represent men, women and juvenile clients facing drug possession charges involving everything from small amounts of marijuana found during a traffic stop to felony cocaine (powder and crack), methamphetamine and heroin possession. We also represent clients charged with illegal possession of prescription drugs and prescription fraud.

Whether you are charged at the state or federal level, we have a thorough understanding of the procedures involved and can mount a thorough and aggressive defense. It is vitally important to consult an attorney as early as possible. Remember:

  • Do not talk to the police or give any statements.
  • Do not agree to any plea bargain.
  • Do not waive your right to a thorough and aggressive defense.

Get Your Defense Started

If you need an experienced lawyer to fight drug possession charges, we can help. Call our Dallas office today at 972-704-1075 or send us an email now to schedule a free consultation. Se habla español.