Potential Consequences for Marijuana Charges in Texas
The penalties for possession and delivery of marijuana vary greatly based on the amount of marijuana in your case. The more marijuana involved, the greater the potential jail time and fines.
For example, possession of less than two ounces of marijuana is a misdemeanor offense in Texas, which could result in as much as 180 days in jail and up to $2,000 in fines. Conversely, conviction for four ounces to five pounds of marijuana is a felony offense and can land you in jail for up to two years with up to $10,000 in fines.
Attorney Patrick L. Hancock provides aggressive defense against marijuana charges at all levels and involving all amounts. He will work diligently, investigating the circumstances that led to your arrest and exploring every avenue to have your case dismissed or your charges reduced.
Free Consultation With an Experienced Bexar County Drug Possession Attorney
If you have been arrested for possession and delivery of marijuana, Contact Patrick Hancock for a free and confidential consultation. As a skilled Bexar County drug possession lawyer, he helps clients throughout the San Antonio area fight all types of criminal charges involving marijuana and other drugs.