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Fighting Against Charges of Cocaine Possession

Houston prosecution teams are likely to take an aggressive stance against anyone they believe to be in possession of cocaine in an effort to cut down on drug use in the city. That being said, you will need to do everything you possibly can to protect yourself from the serious penalties that may be handed down in a conviction. The first thing you should do is to retain legal counsel from an experienced criminal defense attorney.

Possible Consequences of a Conviction for Possession of Cocaine

As a Schedule II drug according to the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, the possession of cocaine may result in significant penalties if the prosecution is able to secure conviction against you, including but not limited to the following possible consequences:

  • Mandatory minimum prison sentencing
  • Significant court-imposed fines
  • Designation as a felon

Though these charges are exceedingly serious, you will need to remember that you will have the opportunity to work with an experienced defense attorney who will know what legal action will be necessary to help you protect your rights and your future.

Consult with an Cocaine Possession Attorney in Houston

If you have been arrested for the alleged possession of cocaine, you should reach out to Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, immediately; our dedicated team can develop a comprehensive legal strategy to help you defend you rights and protect your future. To speak with a defense attorney in Houston about the particulars of your case, please call our offices at (713) 337-1420 today.

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