Texas Drug Charges Attorney
Criminal Defense Lawyer with Offices in San Antonio and Seguin
The state of Texas is known for being extremely severe regarding punishment for drug charges. Even for possession of a single marijuana joint or drug paraphernalia, you can be fined thousands of dollars and face up to 2 years in jail. Distribution, dealing and possession of large quantities can only add to the gravity of state drug charges.
The Law Offices of Sam H. Lock is committed to helping individuals who find themselves facing drug charges in Central and South Texas. Lawyer Sam Lock knows that drug charges are serious at any level. As a matter of fact, the state of Texas invoked a “state jail felony,” which is designed to punish those found in possession of 1 to 5 pounds of marijuana with a minimum of 6 months in jail and a felony charge on their records.
The Law Offices of Sam H. Lock should be your first resource when you are facing state drug charges. These cases can quickly escalate and it pays to have an experienced lawyer on your side to protect your best interests. Punishments range from jail time to hefty fines to mandatory drug counseling; which consequence you will face depends on the quality of your legal representation.
Personalized Service Focused on Results
Sam Lock works diligently on behalf of his clients and handles every case personally. You will not be passed off to a paralegal or referred to another firm. Mr. Lock takes pride in working closely with his clients to deliver the best possible outcome in every case. He can defend cases involving:
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- Possession of Marijuana
- Possession of Cocaine, Heroin, Crystal Meth, Methamphetamines, etc.
- Intent to Distribute
- Delivery of Marijuana or other drugs
- Prescription Drug Charges
- Sales, Cultivation and Trafficking Charges and more
No matter if you live in San Antonio, Austin, Del Rio, El Paso, Midland, Pecos or Waco, call Sam Lock today to set up an appointment for your case. There are two offices for your convenience. You can reach the San Antonio office at 210-226-0965 or you can call the Seguin office at 830-372-1522.