With all the talk in the media about drug laws and a massive underground movement, nationwide, to decriminalize marijuana, you might think that getting arrested for marijuana in Texas is no big deal. The Texas courts, however, have a different perspective. Don't expect to walk into court and get a simple warning or slap on the wrist for possession. The Texas Marijuana Laws are designed to get results. The results can be anything from a simple fine to serious jail time. You owe it to yourself to take your charges seriously and work with a Plano Criminal Defense Lawyer if you've been charged with marijuana possession.
The Texas Marijuana Laws break infractions down into several categories. If you are arrested with less than 2 ounces, you are looking at a Class B misdemeanor. As the amount involved escalates, so do the potential penalties that you could end up facing. No matter if you're looking at a Class B misdemeanor or a felony charge, you will obviously want to have your case dismissed or charges reduced if possible.
The Right Defense
Hiring a knowledgeable Plano Criminal Defense Attorney should be at the top of your list if you're facing any kind of marijuana possession charge. You need a smart, prepared lawyer, who is able to get your case dismissed or reduce the penalties you have to pay. The attorneys at Peveto Law, have a serious track record for getting their clients' cases dismissed, lowering the severity of penalties, or, in the worst cases, getting their clients a "not guilty" verdict. You can't expect a marijuana possession case to be a walk in the park, but you can expect the best outcome for your case when you work with the pros at Peveto Law.
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