No-Judgement Drug Crime Representation
A drug charge can throw your life off track. If convicted, you may face hefty fines, prison time and probation. Beyond that, you could have trouble finding a job or a loan for a car or home. When you are in this situation, you need an attorney who understands the criminal justice system. I am attorney Todd C. Simons, and I have 16 years of experience as a prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney working on drug cases.
People may possess and sell drugs for different reasons. Whether your charges resulted from necessity, addiction or recreation, I approach your case with compassion and without judgment. When you work with me, you get an attorney dedicated to protecting your rights and ensuring that you receive fair treatment.
A Drug Conviction Can Derail Your Future
Drug crimes can range from methamphetamine possession cases to cocaine distribution. Common illegal substances criminalized in Texas also include marijuana, heroin, ecstasy, LSD and illegally used or obtained prescription medications.
I can defend you against charges involving:
I can also help you with Fourth Amendment claims, such as illegal searches and seizures. The Constitution is supposed to protect you from this kind of violation by law enforcement. However, the police don’t always follow the rules. From a roadside stop-and-sniff to illegal or extended detentions, I am here to help protect your rights.
In Texas, an individual charged with a drug crime can face serious consequences that shouldn’t be ignored. Convictions can lead to imprisonment, significant fines, probation, community service and drug counseling. While the penalties depend on the severity and nature of the offense, any drug crime can negatively affect your future.
Don’t Face Drug Charges Alone
If you have been charged with a drug crime, don’t wait to contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Every case is different, and I approach each one with personalized attention and care. Contact the Law Office of Todd C. Simons at 325-276-4689 or online to schedule a free consultation and discuss your legal options.