Marijuana Possession Lawyers in Denton
Years of Experience Protecting Your Rights
The police in Denton County and throughout North Texas take marijuana possession very seriously. If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony related to possession of marijuana, contact a knowledgeable Denton marijuana possession lawyer in your local area as soon as possible to protect your rights and to begin building a strong defense on your behalf.
At The Law Office of Gregory C. Goline, we accept credit cards and offer payment plans for your convenience. Call us today at (940) 400-0475.
The punishments for conviction of a marijuana possession charge can vary depending on the amount of marijuana involved. However, Texas is known for being one of the strictest states when it comes to marijuana laws.
Depending on your circumstances, you can face any of the following:
- Time in jail or prison
- Fines and costs
- Mandatory drug counseling or treatment
- A permanent criminal record
Experienced Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession Defense Lawyer in North Texas
Even a misdemeanor possession of marijuana charge can result in jail, probation, fines, the loss of your driver’s license, and a permanent mark on your criminal record, which is accessible to the public.
With employers, landlords, and colleges increasingly conducting thorough background checks, it is even more important than ever to hire a drug crime attorney in Denton to determine if you can keep a marijuana possession charge off of your record.
Our team is personally invested in the outcome of your case. We work hard to achieve favorable results for every client, no matter how severe the charges. The Law Office of Gregory C. Goline is prepared to immediately begin evaluating your case.
To arrange your consultation, call (940) 400-0475 now.
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