Fighting Your Heroin Possession Charges
The penalties for possession and delivery of heroin vary greatly depending on the amount of heroin involved. However, even possession of less than a gram of heroin is a felony offense in Texas. The larger the amount, the greater the potential consequences. If you were arrested, for instance, with more than 400 grams of heroin, you could be facing up to 99 years in state prison and a fine of up to $100,000.
Attorney Patrick L. Hancock will aggressively defend you from these charges and work to have your case dismissed or your penalties reduced. A skilled trial lawyer with more than 25 years of criminal law experience, he has in-depth knowledge of criminal investigations and prosecutions at the state and federal levels.
No matter the amount you were arrested with or the level of the heroin possession charge, he can help you explore every available avenue to protect your rights and keep you out of prison.
Speak With a Bexar County Heroin Possession Defense Attorney
To discuss your case with a skilled Bexar County heroin possession defense lawyer, contact Patrick L. Hancock online or call his office at 210-223-8844.