The consequences of a conviction for illegal drug possession in Texas can be harsh, but just because you’ve been arrested for possession, it does not mean that you will be convicted. A prosecutor must prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that you were in possession of a controlled substance, and your own defense attorney will work to cast doubt on the prosecution’s case.

San Marcos drug crimes defense attorney David C. Hardaway has extensive experience – and a record of success – representing those charged with drug crimes in Hays, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and Comal County and many other counties throughout the State of Texas. If you are charged with illegal drug possession, he will advocate aggressively on your behalf and bring your case to its best possible outcome.

Do the Police Frame or Entrap Drug Suspects?

Planting evidence and “entrapping” suspects is rare in Texas in the 21st century. But police and prosecutors do make mistakes in drug possession cases, and when they do, a good defense attorney will take advantage of those mistakes.

Your defense lawyer may be able to cast doubt on the state’s case against you by presenting evidence that the drugs were found during an illegal search or by insisting that the drugs were not yours because they were not found on your person or in a location that indicated the drugs were obviously yours. If you believe that the police violated your rights, that’s the first thing you should tell your attorney.

Drug Law Enforcement in Texas Remains Aggressive

Despite changing attitudes around the country towards drug possession, you can be assured that drug laws in this state are still being aggressively enforced. If you are charged with any drug crime, promptly get the legal help you need. Attorney David C. Hardaway will investigate the details of your arrest and the charge against you. He will defend you effectively and fight hard for the justice you need and deserve.

Contact San Marcos drug crimes defense attorney David C. Hardaway by calling 512-805-6613 – as soon as possible after you’ve been charged with a drug crime – to schedule a first legal consultation.