As the former District Attorney in charge of prosecuting all Drug Crimes in Collin County for over 20 years, and a former Police Officer, we know how the other side is thinking and can best evaluate your case.
We assist with JAIL RELEASE, call us today!Charged with Drug Possession in Texas?
We represent adults and juveniles charged with drug possession, including possession of marijuana, meth, cocaine, heroin, and ecstasy; possession of a controlled substance or narcotics offense, and illegal possession of a prescription drug.
If you have been arrested for drug possession or for manufacture with intent to sell in Collin County, Dallas County, Denton County, or the surrounding areas, call (972) 423-0331 or contact the Law Office of J.L. Pierce by e-mail. We offer a free initial office consultation, and major credit cards are accepted.Federal Government's War on Drugs
The federal government's war on drugs began, in part, in the 1970's with the passage of the Controlled Substances Act and the creation of the Drug Enforcement Agency. The purpose of the war on drugs is to enforce federal drug laws, with many federal agencies such as the DEA and the ATF investigating crimes involving drug trafficking organizations. These crimes are prosecuted in federal court.
The Law Office of J.L. Pierce handles all federal and state drug crimes. If you have been charged or are being investigated for federal drug crimes, call today to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced federal drug crimes attorney.A Second Chance
Most people facing drug charges just want a second chance. They want to resolve their case without getting a permanent criminal record that may damage their future career or educational opportunities. We fight hard to seek case dismissals, acquittals, and plea bargains that do not result in a permanent record for our clients.
For clients who have multiple criminal convictions and are more concerned about the possibility of incarceration, we pursue every option to determine if house arrest or probation are available options.
As former prosecutors and experienced criminal defense lawyers, we know that many prosecutors and judges do not want drug users to go to jail if they can demonstrate the ability to address their chemical dependency issues. If you have a chemical dependency issue, we can provide you with information to take positive steps that may result in a more favorable plea agreement in your case.
If you have been wrongfully accused, we will provide an aggressive defense on your behalf. We will seek a dismissal of all charges against you. If your case is not dismissed and you do not wish to consider a plea, we will provide a zealous defense on your behalf at trial.
To schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney at our Plano, Texas office, call (972) 423-0331. We look forward to putting our experience to work for you.