Collin County • Plano • Dallas-Fort Worth
When accused of drug possession, many people are tempted to plead guilty. The evidence may seem overwhelming and clear, and the right to challenge the charges might seem like a mere formality.
Quite simply, this isn't true. If you have been accused of drug possession, or drug possession with intent to sell, come to The Shapiro Law Firm in Plano, Texas to discuss your legal options with a skilled criminal defense attorney. We'll make sure you understand the full implications of your decisions and all of your options. Contact us today to schedule your confidential consultation.
Providing Aggressive Representation for Criminal Defendants
We aggressively defend all of our criminal defense clients. The fact is, police officers and prosecutors sometimes use illicit and illegal tactics to get information and evidence that they'll use to persuade people accused of crimes to confess. We'll make sure that you aren't bullied into a confession or a plea bargain based upon inadmissible evidence.
Often times, drug possession with intent to sell charges are leveraged in an attempt to persuade defendants to testify against other people accused of drug possession. For example, a prosecutor might charge you with drug possession with intent to sell, for a small amount of marijuana, then the prosecutor may offer you a deal in exchange for testimony. We'll make sure that you fully consider the effects of such a decision, and that you make decisions in your best interest.
If you have been accused of drug possession in Collin County or the surrounding area, come to The Shapiro Law Firm. Our attorneys have more than 30 years experience protecting the rights and interests of people in Texas; we can effectively protect you.
Contact Our Skilled Criminal Defense Attorneys
Call us today at 972.423.0033 to schedule your confidential consultation with a skilled criminal defense lawyer.