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Charge: Assault - State claimed client hit victim with a telephone and broke victim’s nose. However, the client was acting in self-defense.

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Houston Methamphetamine Possession Lawyer

The Texas legislature has taken a hard stance on drug possession and trafficking in the state, and, as a result, there are numerous hefty penalties associated with drug possession convictions in the state, especially when the substances in question are considered dangerous and addictive Group 1 narcotics, such as methamphetamine. Even possession of small amounts of meth can lead to serious charges and penalties that can dramatically affect your life and livelihood. Our attorneys understand this, and as such, will work diligently to make sure you are receiving the best possible representation.

At Johnson, Johnson, & Baer, P.C., our legal team is dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of all our clients to the fullest extent of our abilities. As such, we will work tirelessly to help you obtain the best possible result in your case. To learn more about your legal options and what can be done to protect yourself, call our experienced Houston methamphetamine possession attorneys today.

Penalties for Convictions

Failure to successfully defend yourself against meth possession charges can result in extremely serious penalties that affect every part of your life, personally, professionally, and financially. When a person is found to be in possession of meth, the following are the penalties they may face if convicted:

  • < 1 gram: $10,000 fine and up to 2 years in prison
  • 1 gram – 3.99 grams: $10,000 fine and 2-10 years in prison
  • 4 grams – 199 grams: $10,000 fine and 2-20 years in prison
  • 200 grams – 399 grams: $10,000 fine and 5-99 years in prison
  • 400+ grams: $100,000 fine and 19-99 years in prison

Although these penalties may seem overwhelming and intimidating, a qualified criminal defense attorney can work with you to give you the best chance possible at having your charges reduced or dropped, lessening the penalties you could face.

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If you are facing charges of methamphetamine possession, it is essential that you seek out skilled legal representation in order to protect your rights and interests in court. For a free consultation to discuss the details of your case with a compassionate Houston meth possession lawyer, call us today at 713-523-0404