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Drug Possession Attorney in Montgomery County

Have you been arrested for possession?

After being arrested on the basis of possessing drugs, you will be in need of legal attention and knowledge to fight for your freedom. A Conroe criminal defense attorney should be contacted at once if you have been charged with drug possession. You will need a competent litigator to represent you in a drug case and help ensure the best possible outcome to your situation.

Attorney Doug Atkinson is a skilled criminal defender that has many years of courtroom experience successfully help clients charged with drug crimes such as possession, sales and trafficking. He has extensive resources that can be used to support your defense, and will be a tough advocate during legal proceedings.

Understanding the Crime of Possession

Possession refers to actual physical possession of the drug, or being in control of a place where the drug is located. Possession can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony depending on the facts of the case, such as the type and quantity of the drug that was found, and the person's prior criminal history. If you were in possession of a large volume of drugs, you may also be facing sales and distribution charges.

Conroe Criminal Defense Lawyer

Drug crimes such as possession can be extremely serious depending on the amount of drugs that were found at the time of your arrest. A conviction in a possession case can result in:

  • Probation
  • Jail time
  • Fines
  • Court-ordered drug treatment
  • Community service
  • Driver's license suspension
  • Asset seizure

Attorney Atkinson can review your arrest to determine if any police procedures were violated regarding search and seizure that could result in a reduction in charges or case dismissal. He will aggressively challenge the prosecution's case and can be counted on to rigorously defend your constitutional rights.

Contact a Conroe criminal defense attorney from his firm if you have been charged with possession to discuss the laws pertaining to your case and your defense options.