Houston Heroin Possession Attorney
Houston Drug Manufacture Charges Lawyer
Texas drug crime penalties are harsh. A single conviction for drug possession or manufacture can result in jail time, fines, probation and driver’s license suspension. Law enforcement officials are dedicated to strict enforcement of drug charges and penalties. In some cases, mandatory minimum sentencing is applied. That means there is no discretion and an automatic minimum penalty is handed down.
Aside from the criminal penalties you face are the residual effects of a drug possession conviction. Having a criminal record will make it more difficult to gain employment or even obtain a loan. There are many consequences at risk here. Arm yourself with the exceptional and highly skilled criminal defense at Tad Nelson & Associates.
Attorney Tad Nelson is a board-certified* criminal defense attorney in Texas. He and his team of experienced drug possession defense attorneys will aggressively and effectively defend you against any drug possession and manufacture charges.
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Our firm defends against drug charges involving:
The charges and penalties you face will depend on the type and amount of drug. Our firm has successfully defended clients in both federal and state courts. In your initial consultation, we can discuss the charges you are facing, the possible penalties and the best defense strategy possible in moving forward. We keep all of our clients constantly up to date with their case and are always straightforward about the likely outcome.
Contact Tad Nelson & Associates
Contact a Houston drug manufacture charges lawyer with the experience to fight the toughest drug possession cases. Call Tad Nelson at (281) 280-0100. The sooner you seek legal representation, the better your chances of fighting off charges.
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*The Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies attorneys in 20 specific areas of law; certification in any of these areas requires substantial demonstrated experience and skill, positive peer evaluations, ongoing legal education commitments, and the passage of a rigorous test.