Interesting drug case victory

Posted April 22, 2019 | filed under Blog.

I recently won a suppression hearing for a defendant charged with possessing marijuana and a controlled substance. The facts were interesting but not uncommon. Driver stopped for driving “in the back of the Goodwill parking lot after the store was closed. The reason for the stop…lots of recent thefts at Goodwill. On direct examination the … read more »

Ignition Interlock Device Law In Texas

Posted March 27, 2019 | filed under Blog.

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As a Texas criminal defense attorney, I handle many DWI cases. These cases are complicated and require a lot of effort and skill to obtain the best outcome. Some are dismissed, some are reduced to lesser charges, some are resolved with no probation, and some (especially DWI 2nd's or DWI 3rd's) involve a probation period. … read more »

How To Win A Drug Possession Case

Posted February 12, 2019 | filed under Blog.

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A felony drug charge is a nightmare come true -- a serious offense that can have long-term consequences. As much as you might want to pull the covers over your head and pretend it’s just a bad dream, you need to take action right away to prevent these charges from negatively impacting the rest of … read more »

What’s so suspicous about suspicious vehicles?

Posted February 11, 2019 | filed under Blog.

As someone who defends lots of controlled substance and marijuana cases I am always looking at police procedure related to the detention and search of defendants. Many of these interactions between law enforcement and citizens come from call-ins for a "suspicious vehicle." The call comes from a concerned citizen who sees a vehicle parked in … read more »

The meteoric rise of THC Oil products

Posted September 14, 2018 | filed under Blog.

In the last few months I have seen a huge increase in the number of arrests for possession of THC oil and cannabis concentrates. Any amount of this substance starts at felony level.  Many of my clients are college students who go from having no criminal history to suddenly facing felony charges for possessing a … read more »