Are You Facing a Drug Charge in Williamson County?
If you have been charged with a drug crime your first action should be to hire an experienced Williamson County Drug Attorney immediately. An experienced Criminal attorney can be the major determining factor in the outcome of your case. Stephen Hesse has over 20 years experience in defense of a broad range of drug crimes. He has more than a decade of experience with the Williamson County Justice System working to secure the rights of those accused of drug crimes.
Motion to Suppress the Evidence
One of the first steps in a drug possession charge is a motion to suppress the evidence. I can often question the legality of the search and seizure preformed by the police. The police are often found guilty of illegal search and seizure, so I will try to get a dismissal without ever going to trial. Information that is revealed during this hearing can help your case if it does go to trial.
Is Marijuana Possession Still a Crime in Texas?
Even as many U.S. states continue to reform and ease legislation governing the use of marijuana, both medicinal and recreational, enforcement of laws against the drug's use has apparently hardened. Nearly 701,000 people were arrested in 2014 for marijuana-related offenses, which means roughly one arrest for pot every 45 seconds, data from the FBI shows, according to Marijuana Majority, a group promoting reform of marijuana laws. Williamson County is still prosecuting marijuana cases.
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I offer a free and confidential case review and consultation. Call us anytime night or day to discuss your options. When you retain our legal services, I will do everything I can to work with you regardless of your financial history and we can work out a payment plan for you if needed. Call 512-930-2277 or fill out the contact form now and I will begin working to secure your legal rights immediately.