Drug Crimes

An Experienced Dallas Drug Charge Defense Lawyer

Each type of drug charge has its own unique variables. While the variables and approach may differ depending on the charge and defendant, it is always necessary to approach them with a comprehensive understanding of the law, a tireless work ethic and tested experience.

These are the attributes I bring to the table in cases involved with drug defense, and I am committed to bringing them to yours.

Do You Need A Texas Drug Possession Attorney?

As Dallas drug charge attorney, I combine nearly a quarter century of criminal defense experience with a hands-on approach. I will aggressively defend you if you or a loved one has been charged with:

With drugs involving:

It’s important to realize that if an immigrant, legal or otherwise, is convicted of one of these charges, it can easily get them deported. Citizenship/residency will be denied – the ability to become a citizen is almost always destroyed if there is a drug or sex conviction on a criminal record. When you need a lawyer who understands this situation and speaks your language, I’m here to help – Se habla español.

Building A Strong Defense

I know that every client has a unique set of circumstances in their case, which is why I work to develop a custom-tailored defense that meets their needs. I explore defense possibilities such as:

  • Unlawful seizure – if the police unlawfully conducted a search and seizure, any evidence they collected cannot count as evidence in your case.
  • Challenging the drug analysis – even if a substance looks like a drug, it does not mean it is one. I can review the lab analysis to confirm if the police actually found a drug.
  • Lack of evidence – if the evidence police collected suddenly disappeared, the prosecution will likely have lost any proof of a crime, which will often result in a case dismissal.

There are many options for a viable defense, and I make sure I consider all of them while preparing your defense.

The Stakes Are High, So Choose A Highly Qualified Defense Lawyer

Many of these drug charges have a minimum two-year prison sentence. If someone does not have a criminal record it may be possible to get probation or mitigate consequences by seeking out drug rehabilitation/treatment programs or other options.

Because of the severity of these drug crime charges, I encourage you to reach out as soon as possible to begin aggressively protecting your rights. To schedule your free initial consultation with Mark A. Perez, Attorney at Law, call 214-646-1557 or email me.