Methamphetamine Possession Attorney
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Being convicted of methamphetamine possession can change your life forever. Suddenly, you could find yourself in jail for weeks or months or perhaps even years. You might even be fined thousands of dollars. You need an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
We get it at The Webb Firm, P.C. in Conroe. We understand the seriousness of your drug charges. That’s why we want to help. We can review the details of your case with you, then explain all the options available to you.
Attorney Amanda Webb thoroughly understands Texas’ legal system and its drug laws. That’s because she has extensive courtroom experience – as a criminal defense attorney and, previously, as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. Webb knows how to think and how to win tough legal cases.
Types of methamphetamine possession charges
Like certain other drugs, all methamphetamine possession charges are classified as a felony in Texas. The difference between the different meth charges depends on the amount of methamphetamine the arresting police officer claims you had in your possession at the time of your arrest. These different charges and penalties include:
Methamphetamine trafficking charges and penalties
- Quantity: 5 to 49 grams
1st conviction: 5 to 40 years prison, up to $2 million fine
2nd conviction: 10 years to life in prison, up to $4 million fine
- Quantity: 50 grams or more
1st conviction: 10 years to life in prison, up to $4 million fine
2nd conviction: 20 years to life in prison, up to $8 million fine
Such serious penalties demand serious attention. That’s why we urge you to talk to a lawyer at our law firm as soon as possible.
Our lawyers protect your rights
Don’t simply assume that you will be found guilty or that you have no legal options. Each criminal case is different. Often, there are certain circumstances which may result in a plea agreement or perhaps even having the charges dismissed altogether.
There are so many different factors that need to be considered after your arrest. Did the arresting officer have probable cause for arresting you? Were you read your rights? Were your civil rights violated? After your arrest, was the evidence stored properly in a secure place? Or could someone have had access to the evidence and tampered with it?
These are serious issues that demand serious consideration. As your criminal defense attorney, we can address all of them and others for you. Contact us and schedule your free consultation right now. Your future could be on the line.