Drug Crime Penalties Have A Lasting Impact

Texas has strict laws on drug use. If you have been accused of a drug-related crime, you need to seek legal help immediately. Drug charges could affect you for a long time. There are many defenses against them but you need a skilled attorney on your side who has success in criminal defense cases.

The consequences of a drug charge depend on many factors, including the type of drug, the quantity and the nature of the crime itself. Penalties for drug possession could be fines of up to $2,000 and up to 180 days in jail. If you are accused of the manufacturing or distribution of drugs, however, the penalties are much harsher.

These penalties would immediately affect your life and would continue to have an impact in the future by remaining on your record. We fight to prevent one accusation from ruining your life.

Defense Against Any Accusation

The Carrillo Law Office is dedicated to excellent legal representation and service. We care about each and every one of our clients and we want to help you through the difficult times of facing a criminal accusation.

With over 30 years of experience and a commitment to staying up-to-date on the law, attorney Ricardo Carrillo can devise strong defense strategies for many cases. For example, the police officer may not have had a valid search warrant or a reason to suspect you of drug crime in the first place. We will use our knowledge for your benefit and fight for the best result possible.

Protect Your Future

If you have been accused of a drug crime, you likely have many questions and worries about what is going to happen. An experienced lawyer at our firm has the answers and experience you need. Contact us online or call 361-221-4082 for a free consultation. Our office in Kingsville serves clients in Kleberg County, Brooks County, Jim Wells County and Duval County.