Drug Possession - Trichter & LeGrand Law Firm

Under Texas law, a “Controlled Substance” is any substance, including drugs, adulterants, and dilutants, which also include the aggregate weight of any mixture, solution, or other substance that contains a controlled substance. Controlled substances often include both legal and illegal drugs, from prescription drugs to cannabis or cocaine.

In Houston and Harris County, as well as Texas generally, drug related crimes are a serious situation. Whether you’re a minor or an adult with a drug possession charge, you will need a drug possession attorney in Houston that understands your rights and individual situation.

When To Seek a Houston Drug Possession Attorney

If you are pulled over or arrested for any substance that impairs your ability to operate a motor vehicle, call a criminal defense attorney at Trichter and LeGrand to work towards a favorable outcome. Working with a Houston criminal defense attorney that is familiar with drug possession charges and the laws concerning possession of a controlled substance can be favorable for your case.

At Trichter & LeGrand, PC we leverage years of experience in drug possession and DWI defense in Houston, Texas to ensure that our client’s rights are protected. We all make mistakes. Whether you’re simply the wrong person at the wrong time or had a temporary lapse in judgment, we can help. 

Contact us for help with possession cases for minors or adults. Don’t allow one moment to negatively reshape your life, let Trichter & LeGrand help you sort out your case with our professional drug possession attorneys.


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