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Facing Heroin Possession Charges

The state of Texas has taken a very aggressive stance against drugs like heroin in an effort to limit the use of the illicit substance. With the full weight of the state drug laws behind them, prosecutors will do everything they can to achieve a conviction against you if they believe that you possessed any amount of heroin. As such, you will need to do everything you can to protect yourself from the possible consequences of a conviction upon these charges.

Possible Penalties for Heroin Possession

Since the possession of any amount of heroin will automatically be pursued as a felony offense, the stakes for you and your family will be very high no matter what the exact circumstances of your situation happen to be. Bearing that in mind, the possible consequences of even the least of these charges, a state jail felony, may include:

  • 180 days to two years in prison
  • $10,000 in fines
  • Designation as a felon

Whatever the particulars of your situation happen to be, our Houston legal team may do everything they possibly can to help you defend your rights and protect your future. Though the possible consequences of a conviction may be overwhelming, we will still have the opportunity defend that future.

Consult with a Heroin Possession Attorney in Houston

If you have been charged with the possession of heroin, you should speak with Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, to begin developing a legal strategy that will be capable of challenging every aspect of the case against you. To get the process started, please call our offices at (713) 337-1420 today.

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