Federal Drug Consequences
In Texas, those convicted of drug felonies can incur severe penalties if they are ultimately convicted. Federal drug charges can mar a person's private and professional reputation. However, being accused or arrested does not constitute guilt, and anyone charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proved guilty in court.
If you've been charged with a federal drug-related crime, it is crucial to obtain help from an experienced attorney who will aggressively and effectively defend your case. Scott H. Palmer, P.C. is prepared to offer a personalized assessment of your case in order to help you determine all options that might be available in advance of trial.
Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your federal drug-related crime today.
Federal Drug Laws
Whether your arrest and/or charges include allegations of federal drug trafficking, drug manufacturing or illegal sale of prescription drugs, you are entitled to retain the assistance of a legal professional who understands both state and federal laws and can act as your personal advocate during court proceedings.
By entrusting yourself to the guidance and service of a criminal lawyer, you can make certain that your rights have not been violated at any point during or following your arrest. Mr. Palmer can conduct a thorough investigation into the details of your case to determine whether any acts of search and seizure or other measures taken by law enforcement agents were conducted under proper authorization.
Defense for Your Drug Charges
Facing federal drug charges in Texas is a serious matter. If you have any questions or concerns regarding an ongoing investigation or how best to proceed when navigating the legal system in light of any charges against you, you can schedule a free consultation with Scott H. Palmer, P.C. for a case evaluation. Doing so as soon as possible after your arrest is typically prudent so that we can begin to take steps toward obtaining a positive outcome in your case.