Drug Possession Lawyer
Conviction for possession of illegal substances such as methamphetamines, marijuana, cocaine, crack cocaine and synthetic “designer drugs” such as “spice” or “K2” (synthetic marijuana) can lead to severe penalties. Prescription drugs can also be considered banned substances except when prescribed, labeled and transported according to the law.
The greater the amount of drug involved, the harsher the consequences will be in a possession case, including but not limited to:
- Fines and fees
- Jail and prison time
- Misdemeanor or felony record
Drug Distribution | Drug Manufacturing
A conviction for manufacturing, cultivating or distributing controlled substances can bring even greater penalties. If you have been charged with marijuana possession or possession of any controlled substance in or near Wichita County in Texas, the law offices of Frank D. Trotter, P.C., can provide the aggressive criminal defence you need. Protect your rights, your freedom and your future. Consult with a lawyer who has a track record of successful outcomes through strategies such as:
- Arguing for suppression of the evidence that police gathered unlawfully
- Negotiating for a lesser charge
- Incorporating drug dependency treatment in a deferred sentencing arrangement.
Charged With Illegal Drug Possession? Attorney Frank D. Trotter Can Defend You
Your choice of a defense lawyer can make a great difference. Frank D. Trotter is a former Assistant District Attorney with years of experience in private practice representing defendants in and around the Wichita Falls area. Call 940-257-2594 to schedule a free consultation, or send him an email. Discuss potential defense strategies in your case and learn how you may be able to help improve your own chances of a favorable outcome.