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Harris County Marijuana Lawyer Explains Why You Need a Lawyer

Seth Topek
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Criminal Defense Attorney: Defending the Rights of the Accused and the Incarcerated

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7/13/2013
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    If you, your child or someone you know has been charged possession of marijuana related in Houston, Galveston, Fort Bend or Brazoria County you probably have many questions.  With the growing number of states legalizing marijuana many people are surprised by the arrest and then minimize the consequences that can accompany the offense if they are convicted.  We are often told stories by individuals who report that officers had found marijuana on them in the past and merely confiscated it and gave them a warning.  In spite of these stories or experiences in Houston possession of marijuana is a crime that is regularly prosecuted and if you fail to take it seriously it can have impact your futures in very serious ways.

    If your child has been arrested for possession of marijuana do not use the criminal justice system to teach them a lesson.  A conviction can adversely affect the rest of their life, impacting their ability to receive financial aid and limiting their future job prospects.  Your child may have made a mistake and may have problems that need to be addressed but a criminal record will not be helpful in addressing those issues.

    If you or a loved one has been accused of possessing marijuana you need an experienced criminal defense attorney.  Although you may think that since they found the marijuana on or near you there is no defense but the laws related to search and seizure as well as where exactly the marijuana was found often create significant problems for those trying to prosecute you.  We will research every aspect of your case based on the evidence, what you tell us, and what is in the police report to prepare a strong defense for you.  Please fill out an online contact form or call us at 713-651-1444 for a free consultation.

    



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