Limiting The Impact Of Drug Charges On Your Future
Whether you’re dealing with felony or state drug charges, you could be in for some serious penalties if you fail to prepare for court. A criminal conviction could negatively affect your life years after being convicted in Texas. Depending on the severity of the offense, having a criminal charge on your record could prevent you from holding down a job, renting an apartment or even voting.
By engaging proactively, you may limit the effects of these penalties. This is not a task to tackle alone. Working with a skilled criminal defense attorney will help you establish an effective strategy that promotes your long-term interests.
At my firm, The Law Office of William A. Walsh, I have represented Texans confronting a range of criminal charges, including misdemeanor and felony drug offenses. For over two decades, residents in Hood County and surrounding counties have benefited from my aggressive and knowledgeable legal advice.
Pursuing Legal Action To Defend Against Complex Charges
If you have a looming date with a judge, contact my Granbury firm for a free assessment. I can assist with various drug charges, including:
Drug manufacturing, possession, delivery or trafficking
- Selling to a minor
Driving while ability impaired (DWAI) with drugs or prescription drugs
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
Prescription drug offenses, including prescription drug fraud
I have extensive experience arguing cases in both federal and state courts. As a result, I am familiar with the trial processes and protocols. Having represented thousands of clients in my career, I efficiently navigate criminal judicial proceedings. This insight can help you minimize the length of your court engagements.