Criminal Defense

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Few drugs wreak as much havoc on people and communities as methamphetamine. While a major epidemic occurred about ten years ago, there are signs that meth is regaining popularity in Texas. Discover more about the effects of this drug, read some disturbing statistics, and learn how meth devastates the communities of Texas.

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Before any felony case can be tried, it has to go to the Grand Jury and be indicted. Though rare, even a misdemeanor allegation can be referred to and heard by the Grand Jury.

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Although many types of drugs are sold and abused in Texas, one has led to the worst drug crisis in American history. That drug is Fentanyl, a pain reliever that was heavily prescribed by doctors and is also illegally produced for its potent heroin-like effects. Explore how Fentanyl became an epidemic that resulted in thousands of deaths in recent years.

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Partially due to its location on the Mexican border, Texas has a large amount of cocaine trafficked and consumed in the state. Since it’s typically among the most expensive drugs, cheaper versions such as crack cocaine are also widely distributed. Keep reading to learn how the cocaine trade affects local communities in Texas.

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Statistics are useful for determining how people in a particular area are behaving. These Texas drug statistics reveal a wide range of compelling and useful information about the most and least prevalent drug problems in our community. As you read this information, consider how it may affect you and your family in the area near you.

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Have you been arrested for drug trafficking in Dallas? Drug trafficking is a serious crime in the state of Texas, but the severity of your sentence will depend on which category of trafficking your offense falls within.

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Most drug cases involve not only the sentencing guidelines, which are quite harsh in drug cases, but also involve various statutory “mandatory minimum” sentences, which are dependent upon the amount of drugs involved. Many drug cases in federal court carry a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years by statute regardless of what the Sentencing Guidelines say a defendant ought to ...

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The Driving While Intoxicated trial is usually a special situation in which you will have carefully exercised your jury strikes and obtained a jury containing several individuals who have committed the offense with which your client is now charged. The most important thing you can accomplish in your defense case is to help the jury identify with your client so ...

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