Midland Drug Crime Defense Attorneys
Let a Skilled Criminal Defense Lawyer Fight Your Charges in Abilene, San Angelo, or Lubbock
At Eckman Law Firm, PLLC, we can review all angles of your case and build a comprehensive defense strategy. Attorneys Aaron E. Eckman and Victoria Eckman have represented thousands of cases, including 400 federal cases, and can defend clients from charges of all kinds.
Reach out to us now at (432) 223-9427 to schedule an appointment with a Midland drug crime lawyer.
What Are the Consequences of a Drug Crime Conviction in Texas?
No matter the severity of your charges or the evidence that the prosecution may have, we're dedicated to you and your future. We can work with you to fight your case or help minimize the consequences of a drug charge. Every single drug crime is different, and your drug charge defense depends on your specific goals and the facts of your case.
If you are charged with a drug crime, you could be subjected to serious penalties including:
- Lengthy probation time
- Community service
- Jail or prison time
- Drug education program
- Large fines
Even after completing your sentence, a conviction comes with the prospect of a future of living with a criminal record. The penalties and consequences of a drug crime conviction will haunt you long after completing your sentence. This includes a suspended driver's license, the loss of your right to vote or bear arms, and future difficulty finding employment or housing.
What Are the Penalties for Xanax Possession?
In Texas, possession of xanax less than 28 grams is a misdemeanor and anything more is a felony. If you are convicted you are facing the following penalties:
- Fines of up to $10,000
- Suspension of your driver's license
Possible Penalties for Federal Drug Distribution
The federal criminal justice system has harsh penalties for possession with the intent to distribute a controlled substance. Federal law provides for mandatory minimum penalties depending on the type and amount of the controlled substance involved. Federal law also provides for enhanced penalties for a defendant who has previously been convicted of a serious drug felony or serious violent felony. Additionally, certain defendants might be exposed to a sentencing enhancement based on the career offender sentencing Guideline that may apply when the defendant has previously been convicted of two qualifying crimes of violence or two qualifying controlled substance offenses.
Therefore, if you have been charged with a federal drug distribution charge, it is important that you work with an experienced federal criminal defense attorney who understand the possible penalties that you might be facing. There are many different factors that influence what you could be charged with such as the type of drug in your possession, the quantity, how the drug was stored and past convictions.
Depending on the severity of your federal felony drug distribution charges you could be facing any of the following penalties:
- From zero days in jail up to 20 years
- From a mandatory minimum of five years up to 40 years imprisonment
- From a mandatory minimum of ten years up to life imprisonment
- Fines up to $10,000,000
- Supervised Release from 3 years up to life
Don’t face your penalties alone. Our Midland federal drug crime attorney
can help you today. Call (432) 223-9427 for a free consultation.
Possible Penalties for Drug Possession in Texas
Texas has very harsh sentencing for drug possession. Therefore, if you have been charged with drug possession, it is important that you understand the possible penalties that you might be facing. There are many different factors that influence what you could be charged with such as the type of drug in your possession, the quantity, how the drug was stored and past convictions.
Depending on the severity of your charges you could be facing any of the following penalties:
- From one year in jail up to 99 years in prison
- Fines ranging from $4,000 up to $250,000
Don’t face your penalties alone. Our Midland drug crime attorney can help you today.
Defense Strategies for Drug Crime Charges
Whenever possible, we look for mistakes made in your case, such as rights violations or illegal searches. Police officers must follow proper procedures when making an arrest and seizing evidence for a drug crime. The facts of your case can be investigated and analyzed to determine if your constitutional rights were violated. If so, we can fight to have the evidence in your case suppressed and the case dismissed.
Committed to Your Rights
At Eckman Law Firm, PLLC we know what is required to fight both state and federal charges. In addition to 15 years’ experience in handling all types of misdemeanor and felony drug charges, one of our Midland drug crime lawyers has experience as an Assistant Criminal District Attorney.
Depending on the circumstances of your charges, we can establish an effective defense strategy on your behalf.
We know this is a difficult time for you and your family. Our drug crime lawyers are here to guide you through the legal process. Call us today at (432) 223-9427.
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“My wife was incarcerated without bail no arraignment and was told she had to wait for district court. As soon as we got Aaron on her case he got her a court date and got her out on bond all this in less than 3 weeks.”- Cruz
“On the day of our court she was and absolute lioness. Her work was superior and she knows her job and does it very well.”- Andre H.
Burglary of a Habitation (2nd Degree Felony) Case Dismissed
2nd Degree Felony Robbery Case Dismissed
3rd Degree Felony Theft Case Dismissed
Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle Case Dismissed day of Trial
2nd Degree Felony Assault Felony Case Dismissed
Possession of Cocaine Less than 1 Gram Pretrial Intervention
Prostitution Pretrial Diversion
Prostitution Expunction Granted and Record Sealed
Public Intoxication Motion for New Trial Granted
Possession of Controlled Substance Pretrial Diversion