Fighting For Those Facing Possession Of Marijuana And Possession Of Controlled Substances Charges
Even seemingly minor charges for possession of marijuana can lead to significant penalties, including fines, license suspensions and jail time. When your rights and freedom are in jeopardy, it is important to turn to an experienced lawyer who will aggressively advocate for you.
At The Law Office of C. Matthew Shanks, our founding attorney is a former Williamson County prosecutor, giving him insight into both sides of the criminal justice system. We understand how to fight a drug charges case and will zealously advocate for you. If you or someone you care about is facing drug charges in Texas, call our office in Cedar Park at 512-795-4165 or reach out to us online to schedule a free consultation.
Never Accept A Plea Bargain Without A Lawyer’s Guidance
When you are accused of a crime involving drugs or drug paraphernalia, you may feel that it is just something you can handle yourself by talking to the judge. That is a bad idea. Neither the prosecutor nor the judge is required to tell you about all the potential consequences that may come from a plea bargain.
You should always talk to your own defense attorney before going to court and accepting a plea bargain. They can help you determine whether the plea is in your best interest and ensure that you are aware of the potential consequences of a plea bargain.
Offering Insight Based On Experience
Whether you are facing misdemeanor or felony drug charges, The Law Office of C. Matthew Shanks will look for all possible defenses to protect your rights. With experience both as a prosecutor and a defense attorney, our attorney can offer unique insight into how the prosecution will build their case against you and respond to those challenges.
C. Matthew Shanks has extensive experience in drug offense cases involving possession of controlled substances, including charges involving intent to distribute or sell. We have helped clients defend against charges involving a variety of substances, including marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and prescription drugs, including prescription fraud.
Contact A Lawyer Who Will Advocate For You
The guidance of an experienced attorney can be key when building your defense. At The Law Office of C. Matthew Shanks, we will explain the charges against you, explain the potential consequences and describe your legal options. Call 512-795-4165 or contact us online to schedule a free defense consultation.