San Antonio Drug Trafficking Defense Lawyer

Given that it shares a border with Mexico, Texas has become a target for the prosecution of narcotics conspiracy and trafficking charges. If you are under investigation or you have been charged with drug trafficking, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can protect your rights.

At the Law Offices of Patrick L. Hancock, our primary attorney is committed to protecting the rights of clients facing drug crime investigations and felony drug charges.

To speak with a San Antonio drug trafficking lawyer, call 210-223-8844 or contact our office by email . We offer free and confidential consultations.

Nationally Recognized Narcotics Conspiracy Defense Attorney in Texas

Selected for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers (2007-2013) and The Best Lawyers in America (2006-2014). Member of The National Trial Lawyers, a prestigious organization of the top trial lawyers in the U.S. Listed in S.A. Scene Magazine’s Best Lawyers in San Antonio for six years. These are a few of the many accolades attorney Patrick Hancock has received during his 25 years of criminal law practice. Trust your drug trafficking or narcotics conspiracy case to an experienced and nationally recognized defense lawyer.

Attorney Patrick L. Hancock handles cases involving:

  • Felony drug crimes charges
  • Grand jury investigations
  • Drug possession/delivery
  • Prescription drug possession
  • Intent to distribute
  • Distribution or conspiracy to transport
  • Possession of a controlled substance
  • Marijuana, cocaine, meth, LSD, heroin

Drug crimes and narcotics offenses are widely prosecuted in both state and federal courts throughout Texas. With the war on drugs, prosecutors do not hesitate to aggressively pursue charges against those involved in drug trafficking and drug crimes conspiracy. As your legal representative, Mr. Hancock will focus on protecting your rights at every stage, from investigation through trial.

Protecting Your Fourth Amendment Rights

In challenging a drug crime conviction, one of your best opportunities is to challenge the evidence presented against you. No law enforcement official can enter evidence that was obtained illegally by violating your Fourth Amendment rights.

If you suspect that an officer unlawfully searched your person, car, or home, or did not closely follow a search warrant, Patrick Hancock can seek to suppress that evidence in your case. Without evidence, the prosecution may be unable to secure a drug crimes charge against you.

Free, Confidential Consultation About Your Drug Trafficking Charges

Put experience on your side. Call 210-223-8844 or send us an email for a free and confidential consultation with San Antonio criminal defense lawyer Patrick Hancock.