Drug Crime

In Texarkana, being accused or convicted of a drug crime can carry stiff consequences. Ranging from fines to significant jail or prison sentences, it is important to secure experienced representation when defending your rights against these charges.

With a long tradition of defending the criminally accused, the attorneys of Friedman Law Office have witnessed the changes in drug enforcement over the years and understand the methods used by area prosecutors. In matters of drug possession, distribution or trafficking, we arm clients with our knowledge of the law and aggressively defend their rights during litigation.

Some common drugs and drug-related charges our firm sees include:

  • Marijuana — ranging from simple possession to distribution
  • Methamphetamine (meth)
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Pharmaceutical drugs
  • Ecstasy
  • Drug trafficking and smuggling

Police Traps On Texas Highways

On the highways running through Texarkana, regional authorities often set up traffic traps to pick up would-be drug traffickers. In many cases, the police use trumped-up charges to warrant stopping a driver, and then try to gain consent to search the vehicle. If you were stopped and arrested for drug, DWI/DUI or other charges resulting from a questionable traffic stop, contact us right away to learn how we can help defend your interests.

Defend Your Rights With Experienced Representation From A Texas Lawyer

Drug crimes are not limited to cartels and big-time drug traffickers; private individuals can also face harsh sentences and suffer personal and professional consequences if convicted. At the Friedman Law Office, we believe that everyone is entitled to a strong defense. By pairing our years of experience with our tested knowledge of the law, we give clients the resources they need to defend and protect their constitutional rights.

If you or a loved one has been arrested for a drug-related crime, contact Friedman Law Office by dialing 903-949-6364 or fill out our online contact form. We will aggressively defend your rights in state and federal court.

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