Class B Marijuana Possession Lawyer
Don't kid yourself. A marijuana possession charge for as little as a single joint, or a charge for possession of marijuana paraphernalia, isn't a joking matter in Texas. Possession of less than two ounces of marijuana can result in a class B misdemeanor charge that can cost you hundreds of dollars in fines, and the possible loss of your driver's license, depending upon the circumstances of your arrest. Even having a hash pipe or rolling papers in your possession can result in Class C charges. Possession of as little as four ounces of marijuana can land you a felony charge.
At the Law Office of Lane D. Thibodeaux, we take defending misdemeanor drug charges seriously. We know what it means for a young person to make a simple mistake at a college party, only to have a criminal record that does serious harm to a promising future. Attorney Lane Thibodeaux is a Texas Board Certified criminal defense attorney who works hard to dismiss the drug possession charge when possible. If the charge is dismissed or reduced, we can work to seal the record from a future employer. Yes, your misdemeanor drug charge is THAT important.
If you have been charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana or drug paraphernalia, or if you have a college-age son or daughter who has been charged, let us help protect your future. Contact the Texas drug misdemeanor defense attorney's office of Lane D. Thibodeaux for a free consultation right away. Defending your rights starts here.
- Marijuana possession
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Intent to distribute marijuana defense
- Delivery of marijuana
- School zone offenses
- Cocaine charges
- Prescription drug charges
- Methamphetamine charges
If you have been charged with a misdemeanor drug crime, contact Lane D. Thibodeaux, the Texas drug misdemeanor defense lawyer, today.