Results-Oriented Drug Crime Defense

As an international border state, Texas has some of the most stringent drug codes in the country. In addition to the Controlled Substances Act that codifies drug law throughout the United States, additional state-level statutes establish further restrictions. Whether you've been arrested for possession or sale of marijuana, cocaine, or illegal prescription drugs, it is imperative that you speak with an experienced San Antonio criminal defense attorney at Cabañas Law Firm.

Do you face drug charges? Call 210-446-4090 to learn how our team can help you combat the allegations you face.

Arrested for a Drug Crime in Mexico? We Can Help

If you are in Mexico, we have affiliated offices in Mexico. Recognized among San Antonio's Best Lawyers in 2012 by San Antonio Scene Magazine, our founder, Attorney Cabanas, has built our practice around delivering results-oriented and client-centered services. Our English & Spanish bilingual criminal defense lawyers are always dedicated to protecting your future and making sure you are not negatively impacted by your charges. We use our comprehensive knowledge of drug laws and sophisticated understanding of criminal defense to help you fight for the best possible outcome.

Explore Your Defense Strategies with Our San Antonio Lawyers

No matter how minor the charges against you may appear to be, the consequences can still be severe. In addition to the criminal penalties assessed, drug convictions can also result in the loss of a professional license, the loss of student loans or welfare benefits, and even deportation if you are not a U.S. citizen. There is a lot at stake. Make sure you have an attorney with you to protect you.

The severity of sentencing depends upon:

  • Type of drug
  • Amount in possession
  • Purpose of possession
  • Location of the offense
  • Prior drug history
  • Relationship to other crimes

Even a Class B misdemeanor for the possession of marijuana can result in up to 180 days in jail. To procure a prosecution, the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant knowingly possessed and controlled the drugs found in his or her possession. There are a number of potential avenues that we can explore for your drug crime defense. Find out more about what you should do after your arrest. Don't hesitate to reach out to a San Antonio criminal defense attorney for help with your drug possession or drug trafficking charge.

Call our office at 210-446-4090 for an initial case evaluation. You may also email us online.