If you have been arrested or charged with drug possession, you need to contact an experienced drug possession attorney as soon as possible. It could by essential in drug possession cases to get evidence suppressed from the court record when there was an illegal search, inaccurate warrants or other constitutional violations during your drug arrest. As a knowledgeable, experienced drop possession defense attorney in San Antonio, I will review the details of your arrest and provide the best defense. I will fight vigorously on your behalf to ensure your best defense against any drug possession charges.

Patrick Hancock is a nationally recognized trial attorney with more than 25 years of criminal law experience. He has been selected for inclusion on top peer-review attorney lists such as The Best Lawyers in America, Texas Super Lawyers and S.A. Scene Magazine's Best Lawyers in San Antonio. Contact Patrick L. Hancock for a free and confidential consultation about your drug crime charges.

Texas Law enforcement searches as many vehicles and persons as they can. Their aggressive behavior can result a violation of your constitutional rights. The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution guarantees you to be secure against unreasonable search and seizures. The legal system in Texas promotes “justice for all.” San Antonio Drug Possession attorney Patrick Hancock works aggressively to ensure “justice for you.” Texas has a well-earned reputation for taking drug crimes seriously. Our prison populations continue to climb largely attributed to our “zero tolerance” against drug possession or controlled substances offenses.

Since drug-related convictions have both short and long term consequences, it is vital that you contact a San Antonio drug possession attorney as soon as possible after your arrest.  Depending upon the circumstance of your situation, you could be facing extremely serious penalties. Under federal law, penalties for possessing drugs in a school zone can be increased, and Texas law considers a school zone anything within 1,000 feet of school property. Getting caught with drugs in this area can have you facing a serious felony charges.

Nationwide, law enforcement made an estimated 1,638,846 arrests for drug abuse violations in 2010.  Annually, the US spends more than $51,000,000,000 on the war on drugs. The number of people arrested in 2013 in the US on nonviolent drug charges surpassed 1.5 million. If you find yourself within the group of citizens that have been charged with a nonviolent drug possession charge, you need a drug possession attorney that is experienced in defending against a wide range of drug cases. San Antonio drug possession attorney Patrick Hancock will fight vigorously against any drug charges you might be facing.